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Midtown »

If you're not into parades, here's everything else you can do. 

Upper West Side »

Learn how to cook authentic Chinese food, see "Blaria" live and hear a discussion about the living wage.

Boerum Hill »

The new bar is slated to open at 191 Smith St. this fall. 

West Village »

How can single people spend their Valentine's Day weekend? Let us count the ways.

Lincoln Square »

A holiday comedy show and a "Home for the Hollandaise" cooking class are among this week's picks.

Williamsburg »

Twelve essential concert experiences in New York City between Feb. 6 and 12.

Gowanus »

Take advantage of the lower population density in the city this week with quirky events around town.

Park Slope »

A trio of thieves boosted the brassieres from the Victoria's Secret on Flatbush Avenue.

Bed-Stuy »

Calvin Clark received support from Brooklyn's Community Board 3 to get a liquor license for Bedford Hall.

Park Slope »

A computer and heart rate machine were stolen from an Eighth Avenue "integrative health" business.

New York City »

If predictions are wrong, revelers will be waking Saturday with a massive hangover.

Park Slope »

Community Bookstore's employee Dan Wilbur gets to sell his own book, "How Not to Read."

Park Slope »

Events like Punderdome 3000 at Littlefield let word lovers and other brainiacs enjoy a night out.

Park Slope »

Bars along Park Slope's Fifth Avenue will host readings of James Joyce's masterpiece, "Ulysses."