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Fort Greene »

Afropunk Fest takes place on August 24 and 25 in Fort Greene’s Commodore Barry Park from noon to 9 p.m.

Fort Greene »

The festival is nine days long, supporting black-owned businesses.

Cobble Hill »

The Cobble Hill children's center will soon leave their Smith Street studio.

Cobble Hill »

Moscot, located at 159 Court St., hosts a summer music series at the shop's backyard.

Greenwich Village »

Burn the midnight oil at one of these student-friendly spots Downtown.

East Village »

Odetta Hartman will release "Tally Marks" at a launch party this Thursday.

East Harlem »

The decades-old festival combines African, Caribbean and Spanish traditions and flavors.

Civic Center »

The duo posed as the pop stars' representation to defraud event organizers around the world. 

Upper West Side »

Sunday's shindig at Hostelling International features live music, art and beer for $10.

Midtown »

Fourteen high schoolers are building a guide to the boroughs' varied art scenes.

Bed-Stuy »

Dub-Stuy records is an independent electronic label paying homage to the '50s Jamaican music style.

Williamsburg »

The fifth annual festival includes 350 bands and a giant technology expo in McCarren Park.

Chelsea »

The festival will celebrate both British and Italian cultures through music, art and food.

Gowanus »

Rock and Roll Playhouse will bring late nights, alcohol and loud music to the neighborhood, locals say.

Prospect Heights »

Wild Cub, a band on the rise from Nashville, had most of its instruments stolen from a parked van.