Upper West Side »

Thousands of Paper Lanterns to Float in Lincoln Center Peace Ceremony

Participants can float a paper lantern as part of a free Buddhist ceremony this Sunday. 

Central Harlem »

5 Things to Do in Harlem This Weekend

From art lovers to history buffs, there are event for everyone in Harlem and East Harlem this weekend.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Designer's Mismatched Sock Line Lures Stars Like Amy Sedaris

Hannah Lavon makes quirky mismatched socks and mittens sets feature penguins, sharks and unicorns.

East Harlem »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

DNAinfo ranked elementary schools, investigated the ACS and found affordable apartments this week.

Pelham Parkway »

Free Memberships at 33 Cultural Centers Available with New Municipal ID

The city will not provide additional funds to the institutions to offset revenue lost to the discounts.

Upper West Side »

Giant Galapagos Tortoise 'Lonesome George' Visits Natural History Museum

Scientists preserved the 165-pound tortoise, who was the last of his species to die in 2012. 

Corona »

Maker Faire Guide: Enjoy a Drone-Flying Competition and Neighborhood Eats

Here's our guide to what to eat, drink and do in and around the New York Hall of Science.

East Village »

Community Gardens to Host Performances and Eco-Friendly Activities

The third annual Harvest Festival will take place in the East Village this weekend.

Greenwich Village »

Climb Into Bed With Whispering Actresses in Hudson River Park

A performance art installation with seven actresses lying on seven white beds is coming to Pier 45.

Flushing »

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

The weekend's most interesting events are here for you in one handy guide.

Financial District »

Downtown Panel Will Tackle Legacy of One of Nation's Deadliest Race Riots

A panel will discuss the implications of the Elaine Race Massacre on Sept. 20 at St. Paul's Chapel.

East Village »

One-Woman Play Tells Story of Civil Rights Activist Killed by KKK

"Selma '65" focuses on housewife-turned-activist Viola Liuzzo, who was shot in Alabama in 1965.

Elmhurst »

Street to Be Renamed for Musician Who Inspired Hitchcock's 'The Wrong Man'

The corner of 73rd Street and 41st Avenue will be renamed Manny "The Wrong Man" Balestrero Way.

Prospect Heights »

MAP: Check Out the 8 Projects Happening in Brooklyn's Cultural District

From BAM to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, eight cultural groups are getting $22 million in city funds.

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Chelsea »

Chelsea Childhood Center for the Arts Open House

280 West 25th Street, from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Sep 20
Greenwich Village »

Vanguard Jazz Orchestra at Village Vanguard

178 Seventh Avenue South, from 8:30 PM - 12:00 AM