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Get Out & Do This

About this feature

There’s so much to do in this city it can be overwhelming. That’s why DNAinfo brings you a curated list of the most exciting things to see and do in the five boroughs twice a week. Check in on Mondays and Fridays to get the scoop on what’s happening.

Upper West Side »

From celebrating Lunar New Year to a new Whitney Museum exhibit, here's what to do this weekend.

Livingston »

Learn about a cemetery's history, play some Irish music or celebrate the Lunar New Year.

Prospect Heights »

Starting with an R&B party on Friday and ending with the Puppy Bowl Sunday, we've got plans for you.

New York City »

Celebrate the Lunar New Year, make a Pollock-inspired collaborative painting and rave at a dance party. 

Upper East Side »

From meditation to sing-a-longs, there's something for everyone in Manhattan this weekend.

Livingston »

Listen to a bluegrass band, check out some art or celebrate a music venue's reopening.

Bed-Stuy »

Make your own musical instruments, learn to weave African cloth, or warm up at a winter dance party.

Midtown »

Celebrate the Korean New Year and explore outer space in The Astronaut's Tale and The Little Prince.

Financial District »

Attend a funky puppet festival, listen to whale songs, and learn about the woman who bested Aaron Burr. 

Lower East Side »

Snowstorm or not, there are plenty of things to keep you occupied this weekend.

Gowanus »

Learn African cloth weaving, go shopping inside a $4.6 million brownstone and shop vintage threads.

Gowanus »

A Winter Jam, Spooktacular Ball and Inventgenuity Festival are on this weekend's action-packed agenda. 

Long Island City »

Participate in a tasty cook-off, learn about our nationwide hunger problem, and enjoy a burlesque show.