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Get Out & Do This

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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.

Livingston »

Visit a comic convention, tour Snug Harbor or attend an art expo.

Kew Gardens »

Dance at a party in Forest Park, taste Greek food and explore Japanese culture this weekend in Queens.

Prospect Heights »

Options include street fairs, food fests and an ice cream bike tour.

Kew Gardens »

Check out DNAinfo New York's roundup of what's going on in Queens on Earth Day.

Upper West Side »

Listen to jazz, learn how to fix things around your apartment, or attend a free lecture.

Bushwick »

Attend a Mental Floss trivia show, do yoga in Inwood Park and hit up a BBQ in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Bedford Park »

On Memorial Day we salute those who died serving in the armed forces and celebrate the start of summer. 

Fort Greene »

There's something for kids (and dads) of all ages this weekend!

Park Slope »

Visit a historic mansion, peddle in a bike rave or swap your old clothes for new ones this weekend.

Allerton »

All of this weekend's action is happening in the parks and gardens of New York City.

Upper East Side »

Fun spring festivals are set to bring families into the parks and streets this weekend. 

Bed-Stuy »

Discuss documentaries, catch Brooklyn Raga Massive and watch comics do Tinder swiping live. 

Midtown »

Take a cherry blossom walk on Roosevelt Island, celebrate Earth Day and more.