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Livingston »

Go on a restaurant crawl, celebrate Oktoberfest or take a photography walk.

Long Island City »

"It's a reminder that a lot [of] people can't wait until it's over," collaborator Brandon Stosuy said.

Park Slope »

The public can browse 30,000 objects ranging from the Weather Underground to Occupy Wall Street.

Park Slope »

Spooky movies, haunted houses, costume contests and parades abound.

Jackson Heights »

The short documentary "Stigma" is one of 7 screening Oct. 17 as part of the Mental Health Film Festival.

Concourse »

Reminiscent of hip-hop's beginnings, each is also claiming it's more authentic than the other.

Williamsburg »

The public service announcement was released Monday along with a line of anti-bullying emojis. 

Cobble Hill »

Artist Jane Greengold will bring back the installation that slowly, ghoulishly rots away after Oct. 31.

Sunnyside »

Enjoy beer, learn how to ride a bike, explore the borough's spookiest spots and more this weekend.

Gowanus »

Explore buildings normally closed off to the public or enjoy a horror film festival. 

Prospect Heights »

The Brooklyn show is the last stop in the four-year run of the exhibit on the rock star's career.

Central Harlem »

"It was the wish of the Baldwin estate and a wish of myself, as a creator, that we do it here."

Meatpacking District »

Renowned artist David Hammons will create a "ghost representation" of a shed that once stood on Pier 52.

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