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Brokers say that some landlords preserve graffiti on apartment walls to help attract new tenants.

Chelsea »

A man drew an anti-Semitic symbol at the tech company's New York offices, police said.

Washington Heights »

A selection of things to do in New York City between Aug. 12 and 18.

Bushwick »

The painting is now showing at Mama Joy's restaurant with prints and iPhone cases available.

Lower East Side »

Pose and Revok created a mural on the Lower East Side wall just before opening an art show in Chelsea.

Prospect Heights »

Central Brooklyn's Park Deli wants to lure Brooklyn art lovers out of the museum and into the streets.


Tourists are writing their names on the span's beams and stone towers to memorialize their experience.

Bushwick »

Hot street art spots have gone from "edgy" to touristy, some residents said.

Long Island City »

A public hearing to discuss plans for the iconic graffiti center drew harsh opposition from artists.

Bushwick »

Apolo Torres, an artist who spent three months in Bushwick, painted one giant wall before leaving.

Greenpoint »

Lee's Live Poultry Slaughterhouse has bothered neighbors for years with its smell.

East Village »

The Travel Agency of Change brings young people to places like Berlin to learn about hip-hop culture.


A 32-year-old Queens man was arrested Friday for allegedly spray-painting the Brooklyn Bridge.

Lower East Side »

The street artist, inspired by British artist Banksy, has a solo show at the Krause Gallery.