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CMJ Music Marathon dominates the scene this week, with dozens of free shows on offer.
The block of 121st Street between Morningside Drive and Amsterdam Avenue is now named after Carlin.
Explore the CMJ music festival, the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra and a new food co-op in the area.
Designer Anne Militello will create a glittering show inside the 10-story glass atrium, starting Nov. 2.
"Quintessential' hosts its opening reception at the Andrew Freedman Complex on Friday, Oct. 24.
SoHo restaurant Ariana is launching a weekly classical music series with dishes inspired by the artists.
The cookbook author and nutritionist is a native New Yorker and a longtime Upper West Sider.
The popular pop-singer's new song "Welcome to New York" was released on Tuesday.
The music and art space has been open since 2006 and will host its last show on New Year's Eve.
"Beyond Sacred: Unthinking Muslim Identity" will culminate in an oral history show.
Protesters said it glorifies anti-Semitism, but the Met said political art should be free of censorship.
These homegrown acts will play the fest that attracts talent from all over the world.
We've rounded up some fun ways to spend an autumn afternoon with a date.
The school will also hold an assembly for students in honor of Mrs. Scotto on Oct. 27.
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