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Downtown Brooklyn »

The "Love Letter to Brooklyn" mural in Downtown Brooklyn is coming down, artist Steve Powers said.

Inwood »

Inwood shopkeepers say they’re worried graffiti-ridden streets are making a comeback.

Washington Heights »

The image was found on the 187th Street staircase near Ft. Washington in Washington Heights.

Forest Hills »

Some of the markings have covered the walls for months, residents say.  

Lower East Side »

Illustrator Shantell Martin collaborated with graffiti artist Faust to create a new mural in the LES.

Astoria »

Arts group 501(See)(Streets) is tackling a wall on 48th Street that's long been a target for vandals.

Long Island City »

G&M Realty had been rejected by the feds on their bid to trademark the name.

St. George »

Kwue Molly and the Projectivity Movement created the "Staten Island Art District" Map.

Crown Heights »

The 43-year-old Heltah Skeltah performer and Brownsville native died on Saturday, his record label said.

West Village »

The man was pasting posters around the West Village for the company Sandro, police said.

Fort Greene »

The eyes, name and birth and death dates of Benjamin O'Garro were covered with white paint.

Prospect Heights »

Artist "NME," real name Sean Griffin, is curating the artwork at St. Johns Place and Washington Avenue.

Lower East Side »

The victim was attacked as he was leaving The Delancey on June 12, police said.

Long Island City »

Nine artists filed a lawsuit against the developer G&M Realty on June 3.

Nolita »

Brooklyn street artist wrapped up the iconic building with "Gentrification in Progress" caution tape.