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The final night of Hanukkah is celebrated in Brooklyn and the Rockefeller Christmas Tree lights up Manhattan.
A somber memorial for the late Lou Reed offered his music and zero apologies.
A look back on the madness, music, and meaning behind what brings us all together for one special week.
Controversy abounds over the construction of a natural gas pipeline through lower Manhattan.
The 26th Annual Deepavali Festival shoots for a Guinness World Record.
Fort Tryon’s 29th annual Medieval Festival brings a storm of swords to Manhattan.
The story of an education program at an all-female prison in New York City that was evacuated for Sandy.
Fast food workers demand better wages in New York City and across America yesterday.
After developments in Edward Snowden’s exile, the organizers behind the ‘Restore the Fourth’ rallies of last month return.
Thursdays at Bryant Park has a lot more to offer than just foliage.
Our nearest star has aligned itself with the Manhattan streets once again to give New Yorkers a spectacular sunset.
The grand finale for New Museum’s StreetFest shows NYC is a city just chuck full of ideas.
Roderick Romero’s installation at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
The accessible and economical arts showcase returns to Manhattan.
The infamous New York graffiti artist makes his gallery debut.
Joseph Stashkevetch’s amazingly realistic sketches look less like hand drawings and more like black-and-white photos.
The People’s Record reports on a Manhattan judge’s decision to continue the NYPD’s ‘stop and frisk’ program.

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