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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 East Side »

Check out open studios in Lower Manhattan, adopt a cat or catch a chorale concert.

St. George »

Snap some photos, watch air guitarists or learn about the borough's sports history.

Bushwick »

See cyclists compete in Red Hook, take a tree care workshop or get bookish at Independent Bookstore Day.

Astoria »

Play video games, see a concert of musical chimes or swap your old books for new ones.

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.

St. George »

Celebrate Earth Day, eat some chili or take pinhole photos.

Astoria »

Shop at a flea market, take the kids to a magic show or catch a poetry reading.

Bed-Stuy »

Test out hot sauces from around the world, go rock climbing, or bring your pup to a dog photo booth.

Inwood »

Hear Questlove discuss food and culture, go on a park adventure and celebrate Earth Day this week.

Upper East Side »

Enjoy the spring weekend by seeing 13,000 tulips, catching Indonesian dancing, or a potluck for Bernie.

Richmond Town »

Watch some live music, catch an artist talk or learn how to make a pinhole camera.