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Greenwich Village »

Three comics on the LGBTQ spectrum talk to us about their approaches to comedy after a national tragedy.

Washington Heights »

Room 28 will showcase eight new sketches and four films during the three-day series in Midtown.

Lower East Side »

One man's nightmarish ordeal is another's comedic inspiration. Go figure.

Union Square »

Attend a Caribbean fitness class, enjoy a movie night, and meet Eric Carle's Very Hungry Caterpillar. 

Bushwick »

Curling Iron, FoMo and Plunging are some nabes where this "cool mom" has considered living.

Upper East Side »

From meditation to sing-a-longs, there's something for everyone in Manhattan this weekend.

Union Square »

Attend a poetry slam, learn how to meditate or listen to an urban archaelogist.

Fordham »

The popular recurring sketch was featured on the show's last episode of the year.

Crown Heights »

The free show is set to take place at the Bergen Street venue every Wednesday at 9 p.m.

Red Hook »

From tours on a historic tanker to comedy shows and live music, DNAinfo has your weekend covered.

Kingsbridge »

Roman Suarez, also known as the Funny Latino, has been performing comedy for about five years.

Ditmars »

Astoria's Q.E.D. will host a viewing party hosted by comedians Frank Conniff and John Fugelsang.

Chelsea »

Broad City and improv teams from around the country will also perform.

Gramercy »

The PIT bills MURDER! as a "21st century radio play."

Midtown »

Louisiana-born musician Jon Batiste will take over as bandleader for the Late Show.