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The funds will help finish restoring and displaying the puppets, the Museum of the Moving Image said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Mark Sam Rosenthal and Brian Sloan plan to shoot the pilot episode of "West 40s" this summer.

Clinton Hill »

The pledges will be featured in a calendar, whose proceeds will benefit student uniforms and trips.

Prospect Heights »

The pooch-friendly eatery "BYOD" would have treats, water and a "mini dog run," its creators said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The bakery closed suddenly in March after more than 20 years on Ninth Avenue.

Bed-Stuy »

"White Knuckle" addresses the issues of cultures and communities under threat, the director says.

Midtown »

Anthony Denaro is raising funds to create his "Bullet Map," showing the full subway and bus system.

Mott Haven »

The project has raised $16,368 of its $18,706 goal with slightly more than 24 hours to go.

Greenwich Village »

The Toronto-based City BLOCKS Culture Collective's last project was a coloring book for Syrian refugees.

Midwood »

Organizing the city's trash by its properties and uses, a poster captures the city from the ground view.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

"The Holdouts," a new darkly comedic show, is about one man's stand against gentrification. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Ron Menin came up with the idea for his brand of hot sauces back in 2014.

Washington Heights »

The six-year program offers students classes in cello, violin, clarinet and other music education.

Inwood »

Three Inwood residents are developing the "anti-gun, pro-love" series.

Fort Wadsworth »

The Committee to Save Mt. Manresa started a Kickstarter campaign to raise $10,000 to print the book.