Chelsea »

6 Things for You to Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Weekend

Photography by Picasso and Annie Leibovitz are showing this weekend.

Flatiron »

Twinkling Walls of LED Lights and Mirrors to Illuminate Flatiron Plaza

The Flatiron Partnership will unveil a new art installation at the North Plaza next week.

Times Square & Theater District »

Mike Nichols, Award-Winning Film and Stage Director, Dies at 83

Famed film and theater director Mike Nichols died on Wednesday afternoon.

Central Harlem »

Horse-Themed Film Festival Rides Into Harlem This Weekend

The Equus Film Festival has 119 horse-themed films.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

7 Shows You Need To See This Week

Indie legends Julian Casablancas and Interpol are back in town this week.

Upper West Side »

Hundreds of Antique Trains Roll Through New-York Historical Society

The antique trains are part of a new annual holiday display at the museum opening this Friday.

Upper West Side »

Annie Leibovitz Exhibit Portrays Her 'Pilgrimage' Through American History

The photographer's exhbiti opens Friday at the New-York Historical Society. 

Corona »

Presale Tickets for Foo Fighters Show at Citi Field Available Saturday

Presale tickets for the show can be bought Saturday at Citi Field.

Morrisania »

Bronx 'Boogie Down Booth' Torn Down, Slated For New Location in 2015

The initial music stand was at the Freeman Street subway stop in The Bronx.

Jackson Heights »

Artists Explore Fears of Changing Neighborhoods in Jackson Heights Show

The "BONE RAZED" art show will explore change throughout the city.

Governors Island »

Check Out the Quirky Designs Competing for a Spot on Governors Island

Designers are competing to build an eco-friendly pavilion on Governors Island in summer 2015.

Midtown »

Party Man Andrew W.K. on Life in New York City

Andrew W.K. isn't as devastated by the recent closings of indie music venues as you would think.

St. George »

Film About Hip-Hop Group Arrested Development to Debut on Staten Island

The documentary is called "Beautiful, United and Free: The Cultural Movement of Arrested Development."

West Village »

Longtime Village Cookbook Shop Closing After Losing Lease

Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks has been on West 10th Street for 15 years but will close in January.

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