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Upper West Side »

Seventh grader Sasha Matthews is taking commissions to draw people as "everyday superheroes."

East Harlem »

Works of Roz Chast is on display at the Museum of the City of New York.

Midtown »

The parade kicked off at 9 a.m. at West 77th Street and Central Park West.

Greenwich Village »

The Crazy 8 Cartoon Festival will take over Eighth Street on Oct. 18.

Lower East Side »

The weekend's most interesting events are here for you in one handy guide.

Astoria »

'What's Up, Doc? The Animation of Chuck Jones' opens Saturday at Museum of the Moving Image in Queens.

Lower East Side »

We've got your schedule set with great events and activities for the week.

Chelsea »

Rhinestone Gorilla will have an encore of its "Animaniacs" burlesque show on Friday.

Sunnyside »

Animated films from the 1930s and 40s will be shown this Saturday in Sunnyside.  

Williamsburg »

The ninth annual animation festival is the largest on the East Coast.

SoHo »

The museum on Broadway near Houston Street closed but will announce plans to resume programming.

Manhattan »

Jerry Robinson was a famous cartoonist who helped create original Batman characters such as the Joker.

Downtown »

The Jules Feiffer exhibition, part of the Downtown River to River Festival, included a live "Dance-In" section, a cartoon exhibit and six short dance films.

Manhattan »

Kanye West joined Twitter last week, and his tweets have been paired with New Yorker magazine cartoons.