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Times Square & Theater District »

The interactive sculpture features six percussion instruments, including two drums.

Bed-Stuy »

Celebrate Black History Month in Brooklyn with these February events and exhibits.

East Harlem »

Central Park East Elementary School's choir showed off its talents at a local senior center.

West Village »

Want some last-minute, alternative New Year's plans? We've got you covered.

East Flatbush »

Defense attorney Howard Greenberg claimed police targeted his client because the government hates rap.

Long Island City »

Every student at VOICE Charter School in Long Island City receives choral singing instruction.

Carroll Gardens »

Students are teaming up with a nonprofit for women writers in Afghanistan for the event.

Clinton Hill »

Honeysuckle florist, Twigg’s Bindery and Sisters eatery and music venue are moving into the nabe.

Hunts Point »

Community members have eight choices to pick from.

Morrisania »

The initial music stand was at the Freeman Street subway stop in The Bronx.

Washington Heights »

Immerse yourself in the Uptown arts scene or get lost in the wilderness.

Morrisania »

Officers from the 42nd Precinct will perform with the Renaissance Youth Center on Saturday, Nov. 8.

Fort Greene »

The shorts feature Edie Sedgwick, Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac and are set to original music.

Times Square & Theater District »

Jerry Lee Lewis and Mavis Staples are highlights of the live music scene this week.

Williamsburg »

The music and art space has been open since 2006 and will host its last show on New Year's Eve.