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Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

"Record City" is set to open on Fenimore Street by the end of August, said owner Ian Clark.

Midtown »

Lin-Manuel Miranda's "Hamilton" has received 16 Tony nominations, breaking the previous record of 15.

Bed-Stuy »

The underground record store will close by the end of April, the owner said.

Astoria »

The store will open Saturday at 23-19 Steinway St. with a collection of new and used records.

Carroll Gardens »

Black Gold plans to sell coffee, snacks and records at the Gowanus museum on Third Avenue, owners said.

Carroll Gardens »

Black Gold will host its record sale, known as "Gold Dig," with thousands of LPs and 45s on Oct. 18.

Brooklyn Heights »

A historian will discuss the Great Trolley Strike of 1895, when workers brought transit to a halt.

Park Slope »

Fifth Avenue Record and Tape Center will close its doors this August, its owner said.

Bed-Stuy »

Israel's Record Shop, in the basement of 1118 Fulton St., is the setting of the short film "Lazarus."

Cobble Hill »

Congress Bar on Court Street has a Studebaker wooden turntable.

Wakefield »

Known for its extensive collection of Caribbean classics, Moodies is moving to a smaller space.

Carroll Gardens »

Black Gold will be serving free samples of Rook Coffee Roaster's cold brewed coffee this weekend.

Bed-Stuy »

Locals hope a stretch of Nostrand Avenue in Bed-Stuy will be renamed after Birdel's record store.

New York City »

The annual celebration of brick-and-mortar record retailers takes the town Saturday.

Greenwich Village »

The shop could close as soon as this weekend as management looks at new locations in the East Village.