From another tale of Bill de Blasio lateness to Brooklyn hip-hop star Bobby Shmurda's arrest.
The Center for Holographic Arts will return to the neighborhood with an end-of-year exhibit Friday.
A new look for Cooper Hewitt and a huge gingerbread house are among this week's picks.
A selfie kiosk, in Albany Plaza, lets visitors snap a photo with One WTC in the background.
Stephanie Hill Wilchfort will take over as president of the Crown Heights museum in early 2015.
Shmurda was arrested along with about a dozen others including rapper Rowdy Rebel, sources said.
The singing starts in front of Cassidy's Ale House on 31st Avenue on Saturday.
The play, a cross between "Annie" and "A Christmas Carol," takes place at Lehman College.
Theater executives were concerned about threats of a 9/11-like, according to reports.
Residents plan to rally Sunday outside Center Cinemas on Queens Boulevard.
Kids will learn how to make slippers out of fabric scraps and pom poms out of old yarn.
Michael Cala raised money to mark Mamie Smith's Staten Island burial spot.
A Brooklyn record label will host a series of live concerts at Chelsea Market.
DNAinfo has rounded up popular trivia nights at local bars around the city.
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