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Long Island City »

Learn how to draw cartoons, watch "Galaxy Quest" outdoors and enjoy the works of poet Sonia Sanchez. 

Clinton Hill »

The tour will focus on five construction projects between Classon Avenue and Hall Street.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The writer purchased a new Brooklyn home via an LLC named for 19th-century slaves who fled Georgia.

Navy Yard »

The Brooklyn Navy Yard is deeply rooted in American history.

Midtown »

Users can learn more about the city's 33,000-plus landmarks in one spot.

Hamilton Heights »

Learn the story of one of the first great New Yorkers, Alexander Hamilton. 

Greenwich Village »

A Greenwich Village auction house will display highlights from a collection of early campaign ephemera.

Upper East Side »

The East 67th Street library will record memories of growing up on the Upper East Side.

Upper West Side »

A culture publication takes a closer look at the signs along Broadway.

Yorkville »

Yorkville had a hopping brewing industry in the late 1800s.

Kingsbridge »

"Savoring Gotham" aims to capture the diversity of NYC's food and drink scene in 570 entries.

Crown Heights »

The new book is set at the Weeksville historic site in the summer of 1863, said author Zetta Elliott.

Central Harlem »

The tour includes Harlem churches that were originally built as synagogues. 

Crown Heights »

Clove Road in Brooklyn takes its name from one of the oldest thoroughfares in the borough.

Cobble Hill »

The grocery store marks a site of historic importance in the Battle of Brooklyn.