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Carroll Gardens »

Brooklyn Students Turn Afghan Women's Writing Into Song for Charity

Students are teaming up with a nonprofit for women writers in Afghanistan for the event.

TriBeCa »

Taylor Swift Declares Her Love For New York With New Song

The popular pop-singer's new song "Welcome to New York" was released on Tuesday.

Chelsea »

Musical Chocolate Tasting Pairs Songs and Sweets

"Singing Chef" Jackie Gordon will pair songs with 10 kinds of chocolate for her Chocabaret show.

West Village »

Creator of Morton Street Mystery Song Revealed

Musician Randy Sharp said the previously anonymous song was made in tribute to Village history.

Bushwick »

Booming Brooklyn Drag Scene Celebrated at Bushwick Festival

The diverse drag queen scene of Brooklyn will be celebrated at "Bushwig."

Williamsburg »

87-Year-Old 'Queen of Williamsburg' Tells Young Women How to Dress

Bedford Avenue mainstay Leonora Russo said summer trends are too revealing to be classy.

Manhattan »

Jeremy Lin Gets Viral Video Valentine From New York Crush

A New York woman posted a Valentine's Day tribute song on YouTube to Knicks star Jeremy Lin.

Harlem »

Whitney Houston Mourned in New York and at Grammys

Fans set up a memorial for star singer Whitney Houston at the Apollo Theater.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Inwood Ukulele Performer Wows Straphangers En Route to Viral Video Stardom

Inwood resident Jessica Latshaw's impromptu A train performance has more than 1 million views on YouTube.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Jazz Singer Daniela D'Ercole Dreamed of NY Fame Before Fatal Crash

The bandmate of Italian Jazz Singer Daniela D'Ercole, who was killed by an SUV on 106th Street and Broadway last Thursday, said she dreamed of staying in New York.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Accused Killer Nicholas Brooks in Plea Deal Talks

Nicholas Brooks may plead guilty to murdering his swimsuit designer girlfriend Sylvie Cachay.

Manhattan »

Jay Z's Empire State of Mind to Replace Sinatra at the Belmont Stakes

For the first time since 1997, "New York, New York" will not be heard during the opening of the Belmont.

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