Dozens of protesters took to the James Cohan Gallery on Sunday to rail against a the installation.
Go on a restaurant crawl, celebrate Oktoberfest or take a photography walk.
"It's a reminder that a lot [of] people can't wait until it's over," collaborator Brandon Stosuy said.
The public can browse 30,000 objects ranging from the Weather Underground to Occupy Wall Street.
Spooky movies, haunted houses, costume contests and parades abound.
The short documentary "Stigma" is one of 7 screening Oct. 17 as part of the Mental Health Film Festival.
Reminiscent of hip-hop's beginnings, each is also claiming it's more authentic than the other.
The public service announcement was released Monday along with a line of anti-bullying emojis.
Artist Jane Greengold will bring back the installation that slowly, ghoulishly rots away after Oct. 31.
Enjoy beer, learn how to ride a bike, explore the borough's spookiest spots and more this weekend.
Explore buildings normally closed off to the public or enjoy a horror film festival.
The Brooklyn show is the last stop in the four-year run of the exhibit on the rock star's career.
"It was the wish of the Baldwin estate and a wish of myself, as a creator, that we do it here."
Renowned artist David Hammons will create a "ghost representation" of a shed that once stood on Pier 52.
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