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Get Out and Do This: Snow Birds, Activists and Radical '70s Performance Art

The week's most exciting events are here for you in one handy guide.

Financial District »

Woolworth Building Opens Historic Lobby to Tours

The 100-year-old skyscraper is offering tours of its lobby, which was previously closed to the public.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Winery Set to Reopen March 1 After Sandy Damage

The winery on Van Dyke Street will open its doors after months of renovations.

Chelsea »

High Line to Open Third Section to Public Before Construction Begins

The High Line will open its third section to select visitors during two weekends in October.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Google Hosts First Look at Moynihan Station

The search engine giant is giving Google+ users the chance to get a tour of the new train station.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

'Open House' Weekend Showcases Chic Hotels in Chelsea

The public will have the opportunity to peek inside several buildings this weekend, from the fashionable to the controversial.

Midtown & Theater District »

'Open House' Weekend Opens Doors to Midtown's Unique Spaces

From a fashion incubator to cutting-edge hotels, this weekend's 'Open House New York' opens the doors to some of Midtown's most unique sites.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Three Uptown Treasures Featured in 'Open House' Weekend

Tours of three architectural treasures in Washington Heights are included in the ninth-annual Open House New York weekend.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

'Open House' Unlocks Mix of East Side Religious and Cultural Institutions

From churches and synagogues to the United Nations and Grand Central terminal, Open House New York will give the public access to a multitude of east side buildings this weekend.

Midtown & Theater District »

New Street Food Tour Set to Launch in Midtown

The tour will feature some of the city's most famous vendors on wheels along Sixth and Seventh avenue.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

FIT Tour Looks Back at Garment Industry Before Going Green was Fashionable

Fabrics dyed with arsenic are among the historical mishaps on the road to today's emerging eco-fashion scene.