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New York City has no shortage of kid-friendly Easter events this year.

Flatiron »

The Serbian Orthodox Cathedral on West 25th St. was badly damaged Sunday, the FDNY said.

Upper West Side »

From Easter egg hunts to stepping inside the world of the Vikings, there's lots to do this weekend.

Willowbrook »

Find the places in the city offering egg-related fun for Easter on Sunday, March 27.

Upper West Side »

The Peruvian chocolate egg stands 3 feet tall and weighs 45 pounds.

Forest Hills »

A number of Queens churches and organizations invite children for Easter egg hunts.

Bed-Stuy »

Miss Master's Closet will give away free clothes as part of an "adult Easter egg hunt."


Chocolatier Jacques Torres is auctioning off the egg as part of The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt.

Charleston »

Alfred Lolange was shown a gruesome picture of a mutilated hand as a warning.

Inwood »

Worshippers marched through the streets, remembering Jesus' final moments with the Via Crucis.

New York City »

If you're tired of drugstore-brand Easter chocolate, up the ante with these artisanal offerings.

Ditmars »

Queens sports bar Rocky McBride's will be serving Peeptinis, Eastertinis and Jelly Bean Shots.

New York City »

Going to the Easter parade? Here's where to find a bonnet.

Greenwich Village »

The twee chocolatier and macaron seller will offer chocolate bunnies starting at $17.50.

Harlem »

Street Chic ventured uptown to Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist Church to seek out spring hats.