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Brooklyn Ballet's new season kicks off with Tracing Back, a dance/digital collaboration with NYCResistor.
Dan Long and Demir Gjokaj launch their new app, Montaj, which is like Instagram for video.
The Flatiron School's founders said they are focused on finding jobs for students after graduation.
The Yard's first day of adult classes ever coincides with this year's first day of school.
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