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East Harlem »

The weekend festival includes free and paid events, as well as performances.

Financial District »

Shakespeare Downtown will stage "Richard III" in Lower Manhattan

East Williamsburg »

Shea Stadium owners had raised more than $50,000 in less than one day. 

Fort Greene »

Harvey Lichtenstein reportedly died Saturday at his home in Manhattan.

Crown Heights »

The education leader toured an arts-focused Crown Heights school to announce the milestone.

Boerum Hill »

Brooklyn School for Global Studies is now the Digital Arts & Cinema Technology High School. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

"Culture Forward" lays out 13 initiatives to protect the arts in the neighborhood.

Clinton Hill »

The sculpture by artist Tanda Francis would be placed in Putnam Triangle if approved by the city.

Bushwick »

Known for its open studios event, AIB is hoping to redefine its mission in the neighborhood.

SoHo »

Hear about a female Revolutionary War soldier, learn self-defense for free, and attend a film festival.

Fort Greene »

Your custom design could pop up along Myrtle Avenue.

Chelsea »

Chelsea galleries are opening this week with dozens of new shows and artwork to see. 

Ridgewood »

Owner Johnny Olivo said he hasn't gotten any pushback from locals yet.

Crown Heights »

The North Crown Heights Festival of the Arts wants local art for the August 15 event, organizers said.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy's Indigo Artist Collective will host its annual Spring Bike Tune-Up this weekend.