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The free concert series Make Music New York is back for its 10th year. 

Upper West Side »

The Skivvies are playing one of their biggest gigs ever in Times Square this month.

Rego Park »

The Queens Art Intervention will pay singers, dancers and musicians to perform outdoors on Sept. 20.

Jamaica »

Jason Lapin, an aspiring musician who goes to St. John's, just released his first single.

Williamsburg »

Mister Reed keeps $100 bills in his box to remind people how valuable his music is.

Bed-Stuy »

Police say Clifford Price, 44, beat 34-year-old Fort Greene resident Dru Barnes with a hammer.

Bed-Stuy »

Dru Barnes, 34, was attacked with a hammer in Bed-Stuy on July 11, police said.

Hamilton Heights »

The California-based musician and his wife donated $6 million to the school through their foundation.

Midtown »

The show, presented by Making Books Sings, runs through Sunday at Theater 3 in Midtown.

Bushwick »

Sarah Nowicki has never introduced herself to any of her Hasidic clients.

Manhattan »

A funeral service for Whitney Houston was held on Saturday in Newark, N.J., a week after the singer died.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Near-sighted Beatle John Lennon visited UWS optometrist Gary Tracy for the four years before his death.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Family and friends gathered to support the family of Michal Lura Friedman, who died after childbirth.

Midtown & Theater District »

A new exhibit at Carnegie Hall features 30 rare photographs of the Beatles on their first American tour.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The pop star suffered a broken nose in the attack early Monday.