Where to go and what to do to celebrate Pride in New York City this year.
The two-month long "Selebrasyon" festival kicks off Sunday, put on by the Haiti Cultural Exchange.
Participants will mark up the sidewalk outside a series of neighborhood spots.
The events will include free tours, memorials, concerts and street parties.
The amount of film permits issued in the borough shot up from 185 in 2014 to 277 in 2015, data show.
There's only three days next week to enter for the giveaway.
Saturday's "Yorkville: A Celebration of Home" event brings you a day of storytelling and Bratwurst.
The Dyckman Farmouse Museum will host its first official benefit on Saturday, May 14.
The artist who goes by the handle Oraculo Project considers his work a kind of magic.
The annual Lower Manhattan festival is scheduled for June 16 through June 26.
A sign on a jukebox at Johnny Pumps Café in Bay Ridge begs customers to "stop playing Prince!"
The bar, coffee shop and music venue is returning to its roots.
Check out open studios in Lower Manhattan, adopt a cat or catch a chorale concert.
Snap some photos, watch air guitarists or learn about the borough's sports history.
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