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Five goats are grazing a 6,000-square-foot pasture near the Manhattan Bridge to make way for condos.  

Fort Greene »

There are several developments and projects taking shape near BAM.

Governors Island »

Whether it's biking, hiking or baseball, Governors Island has plenty of ways to get your heart rate up.

TriBeCa »

Photographer George Grubb transformed the city into an urban jungle to promote wildlife conservation.

Bed-Stuy »

The art fair at Fulton Park in Bed-Stuy celebrates African heritage and culture.

Bed-Stuy »

A new 7-Eleven, an Australian-style cafe and a doughnut-selling deli are among new openings.

Upper East Side »

The show at a renovated carriage house features more than 150 works by contemporary artists.

Lower East Side »

Artist William Snyder III's Rwandan aid nonprofit had its status rescinded by the IRS in 2012.

Belmont »

Two large paintings from Christina Blaabjerg are on the hospital's first floor.

Inwood »

Ten pieces of art made by kids will go on display next week.

Upper East Side »

The Fifth Avenue museum hopes to expand its space for exhibitions and educational programming.

Upper East Side »

The Museum Mile Festival, now in its 36th year, transforms Fifth Avenue into a block party for the arts.

Williamsburg »

America's best teen artists and WNYC's RadioLoveFest are on offer this weekend.

Upper East Side »

Venus Over Manhattan is hosting a retrospective of Brooklyn gallery The Journal.

Upper West Side »

The "Dream. Think. Do!" showcase put student work at the center of the daylong festival at P.S. 191.