Washington Heights »

The festival features 70 films throughout six different venues in Manhattan.

Upper East Side »

Catch a free movie, gain wisdom from successful entrepreneurs or play some free mini-golf.

Williamsburg »

The landlord wants to break Videology's lease and evict it, according to a lawsuit.

Upper East Side »

If you want to live the "Sex and the City" life, you'd have to shell out $190,000 a month.

Astoria »

A gallery devoted to the puppeteer's career will open at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria.

Long Island City »

Organizations vying for grants will be asked to disclose the demographics of staff and board members.

East Harlem »

Visitors will have free access to exhibitions from 6 to 9 p.m. each Wednesday through Aug. 9.

Bed-Stuy »

The basketball court at Clinton Hill's Crispus Attucks Playground will be named for the late rapper.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The free Shakespeare show is produced by the same theater that did a naked "Tempest" last year.

Park Slope »

The venue closed after a March fire ripped through its second floor.     

Chelsea »

"Dafuture" is one of many creations a Chelsea resident has been leaving around the city.

South Beach »

Free SummerStage concerts on Staten Island run Thursday through Sunday this week.

Williamsburg »

The 8-foot tall sculpture greets visitors with a very Brooklyn "YO."

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