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Livingston »

Norah Jones to Serenade Staten Island With New Songs

Norah Jones will play at Snug Harbor Cultural Center on Friday.

Livingston »

Exhibit Highlights Staten Island Music From Doo-Wop to Wu-Tang

An upcoming exhibit at Snug Harbor will feature memorabilia from Staten Island's musical history.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Animal Lovers Make Tail-Wagging Music with 'Pet Rox' Band

The band Pet Rox writes songs inspired by the pets of New York City.

Manhattan »

Best Bunny-Hopping and Egg-Hunting Events for Kids This Easter

DNAinfo's guide to the best kids activities for Easter.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Inwood Club Brings '90s Music Back With Retro Dance Parties

Negro Claro, a new Inwood club, brings back the 1990s with a bi-weekly retro night.

Williamsburg, Greenpoint & Bushwick »

Soulive Plays 10-Night Music Marathon at Brooklyn Bowl

Jam band Soulive kicks off their 10-night 'Bowlive' performance marathon at the Brooklyn Bowl.

Flushing & Whitestone »

Jazz Great Jimmy Heath Among Queens Voices in Oscar-Nominated Animated Film

Jimmy Heath hopes the animated film "Chico & Rita" wins an Academy Award on Sunday.

Jackson Heights & Elmhurst »

Bachata Circuit Brings World-Famous Stars to Hole-in-the-Wall Queens Clubs

Well-known bachata stars like Frank Reyes perform in East Elmhurst, Woodside and Richmond Hill.

Manhattan »

Whitney Houston Funeral Draws Thousands to Star-Studded Farewell

A funeral service for Whitney Houston was held on Saturday in Newark, N.J., a week after the singer died.

Midtown & Theater District »

Electronic Music Pioneers Kraftwerk to Play Eight Nights at MoMA in April

The MoMA is presenting Kraftwerk's first live retrospective in April.

Manhattan »

Superstar Singer Whitney Houston Dead at 48

Whitney Houston, who started her career playing in New York City venues, reportedly died Saturday at 48.

Midtown & Theater District »

'Soul Train' Creator Don Cornelius Honored by Times Square Flash Mob

"Soul Train" creator Don Cornelius was honored in a flash mob in Times Square on Feb. 4, 2012.

East Village & Lower East Side »

CBGB's New Owners Plan to Reopen Legendary Rock Club, Report Says

CBGB's new owners want to continue the club's tradition of supporting new bands.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Metallica Will Shred Your Blues, Columbia Professor Says

Dr. Galina Mindlin's book, "Your Playlist Can Change Your Life" shows how music can improve your mood.

Manhattan »

Etta James, 'At Last' Crooner, Dies at 73

Etta James died of complications from leukemia Jan. 20, 2012.

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