Latin American architecture, 70s fashion and Flex dancing are on this weekend's agenda.
The pop-up on Fulton Street is expected to open in June and stay open through the end of 2015.
The Young Emerging Artists show kicks off March 28 with a Black Rabbit concert.
"Shipwrecked" is an 18-hole mini golf course that's opening at 619 Court St.
Sunnyside Comedy will be hitting the stage Friday to raise money for the Smiling Hogshead Ranch.
Comedy group Above Average created a Brooklyn parody of "The Settlers of Catan" in a new video.
The Peruvian chocolate egg stands 3 feet tall and weighs 45 pounds.
Two artists from the group Dawn of Man transform public spaces with pop-up video projections.
The neighborhood festival is in its third year.
Chris Doeblin explains why he didn't play it safe when opening the newest Book Culture outpost.
The city is looking for a vendor to run a new bike rental kiosk in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
The Museum of the Moving Image series will spotlight the downtown New York film scene of that era.
This week, discover the magic of Sinatra, Japan's love of cats and celebrate Pride at the Stonewall Inn.
Lincoln was supportive of Jews in America at a time when prejudice was rampant.
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