Some of the best Halloween decorations around the city have been popping up on Twitter and Instagram.
Artist Leroy Campbell will showcase his work at the Richard Beavers Gallery starting on Nov. 5.
Officers at the 78th Precinct create the free scare-fest in their stationhouse basement every year.
You didn't have the time or money to plan an elaborate costume, so DNAinfo is here to help.
The mural is being planned for Academy Restaurant at 69 Lafayette Avenue.
From pumpkin carving to scary story time, there's something for all members of the family.
DJ Khaled took Snapchat to the next level, and Iceland's Pirate Party might win its upcoming election.
Alamo Drafthouse has started screening movies at its new location at 445 Gold Street.
The seventh lamppost slated for the new Astor Place may not be completed in time for reinstallation.
From haunted houses to all-night parties, here are some ways you can get into the Halloween spirit.
The Columbus Library is screening films like "All The President's Men" in the days leading up to Nov. 8.
This was the second time the statue has appeared on Manhattan's streets.
The cloven-hoofed statue was knocked to the ground as people surrounded it to take photos.
Art by a famous Italian sculptor on West 91st Street has been neglected, NYCHA officials said.
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