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Williamsburg »

Anthony DiMieri, 24, wrote "Bros" after watching the entire "Girls" first season in a few days. 

Astoria »

Astoria resident Elaine Lee is eating her way around the world in New York City with "Escapelicious."

Central Harlem »

A web producer from New Jersey talked to people on 125th Street who strongly dislike the viral sensation.

Jackson Heights »

Bengali Memes organized a Harlem Shake-off in Jackson Heights Monday.

Washington Heights »

Two videos, uploaded over the weekend, show that not even northern Manhattan is immune to the viral hit.

Graniteville »

The Graniteville chorus was scheduled to sing four songs at President Barack Obama's inauguration.

Downtown »

Felix Rivera-Pitre claims he was hit repeatedly by Deputy Inspector Johnny Cardona during a 2011 protest.

Fordham »

The band and the acclaimed director team up for the "American Express Unstaged" series.

Midtown »

South Korean pop star Psy will perform for the TODAY show at Rockefeller Center Friday morning.

Times Square & Theater District »

A video shows two men engaging in a battle using crutches as weapons.

Flatbush »

I’d "let you give me a stop-and-frisk any day," sing The Groggers in their new video.

Williamsburg »

Mike and Josh Greenfield's show on the new Hungry Youtube channel is filmed in their apartment.

Manhattan »

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

Washington Heights & Inwood »

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

Midtown & Theater District »

Tech giants Facebook and YouTube are making big changes to their hugely popular websites.