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Brooklyn activist Linda Sarsour is one of several activists joining a panel on immigrant rights.

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Don't feel like watching the swearing-in? Go to a poetry reading, protest or fundraiser ball instead.

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Looking to get cultured in 2017? Here's where you can claim free one-year memberships with your IDNYC.

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Mayor de Blasio held a separate press conference on NYPD statistics just a mile away from the scene.

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Potato pancakes from Veselka, Orwasher's, Shelsky's and more will be featured at the annual festival.

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The museum will be free Nov. 12 and 13 “as people search for a sense of national unity," it said.

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The annual Girls Read For Girls read-a-thon raises money for the Malala Fund.

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Whether she wins or loses, New York City's full of places to celebrate a vote for the first woman POTUS.

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The Chinese artist and activist is set to speak at the museum this Saturday, Oct. 29.

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The "Year of Yes" celebrates the 10th anniversary of the museum's Sackler Center for Feminist Art.

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No artwork was damaged during the closure, museum staff said.

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In the year-long effort, Crown Heights artist Rusty Zimmerman has painted more than 175 area residents.

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This spring weekend celebrate Earth Day and the creative world of visual art. 

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The third and final wave of the exhibit opens April 6, the museum said.

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"Iggy Pop Life Class" will feature work by 21 artists who drew the 68-year-old rocker's naked form.