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This week, BTR went to check out Summerscreen at Mccarren Park in Williamsburg. This free event features all kinds of movies and is accompanied by free food and drinks!
This past week BTR went to check out the Hester St. Fair, which featured artisanal food vendors, craft makers, $3 Tiger beers and more.
This week BTRtoday went to check out juggling in Bryant Park. Each week several juggling instructors stop by the park to offer free juggling lessons to passersby. The lessons take place every weekday from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. on the Bryant Park green or the dock.
The project is titled: “The Swings: An Exercise in Musical Cooperation.” The 10 swings each make different instrumental sounds such as guitar, piano and harp
This year was the 47th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, which was considered the beginning of the modern gay rights movement. This year’s parade also held a moment of silence for the recent victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting.
The past week BTR went to the Belmont Stakes Racing Festival in Elmont NY. This historic day of racing dates back to 1868. This year, American thoroughbred race horse "Creator" took home the win for the $1.5 million Belmont Stakes.
This week, BTR went to check out the free bachata dance party in Bryant Park. Every Wednesday by the fountain there is a different style of dance taught to whoever attends. The lessons are accompanied by live musical performances and go from 6PM to 10PM.
This week BTR went to pick up some local produce at the Union Square Greenmarket. The market is open every Monday and sells everything from flowers, plants, wine, ciders, maple syrup and more.
This week BTR went to check out the "Parade of Ships," which kicks-off the start of Fleet Week. Many people gathered all along the Hudson river to witness the sailors' grand entrance into Manhattan.
This week BTR went to check out the NYC Cannabis Parade in Union Square.
Smorgasburg, a wildly popular food market destination that is open every Saturday at East River State Park in Willamsburg.
This weekend, BTR went to check out Earth Day in Union Square. The event featured dozens of green-minded exhibitors, displays, kids’ activities, and performances.
On Apr 14th, BTR went to the "Shut Down Trump!" rally along with thousands of other protesters outside of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Midtown, where the Republican GOP Gala was being held.
Last Sunday, BTR went to go check out a massive pillow fight in Washington Square Park. The event was in celebration of International Pillow Fight Day.
The fifth annual SPRING/BREAK Art Show, which was held at the Skylight at Moynihan Station, featured work more than 800 artists, interpreting the overarching theme of: ⌘COPY⌘PASTE.
The Macy's show features flower arrangements based on the flora of North America's various regions. The show is up until Thursday, March 31st.
The Moving Image Art Fair featured single-channel videos, single-channel projections, video sculptures, and other larger video installations by a select number of artists.
This week BTR went to check out a tour of the Brooklyn Brewery where favorite local beer is brewed and you can learn about the long history behind the brand.
BTR goes to Bryant Park to check out free ice skating before the season ends.
This week BTR went to check out Tom Friedman's "Looking Up," a recent public art installation that sits between E. 53rd and 54th on Park Avenue.
BTR went to check out the 17th annual Lunar Day Parade which fell on Valentine’s Day.
This week BTR went to check out the Valentine's Day inspired sculpture in Times Square entitled "Heart of Hearts" by Collective-LOK.
This weekend, the stars of Broad City invited the public to help them paint a mural on the side of Kinfolk Bar in Williamsburg, BK.
This week, BTR checked out The Lowline Lab--a free community gathering space featuring a beautiful horticulture exhibit and plans for the new “Lowline” park.
This week, BTR went to check out an art show at Bitforms Gallery on Allen Street called “Subsurface Hell,” by media artist Sara Ludy.
It's been quite a year for BTR! For this holiday, we've hand-picked the best photos from the past year for a featured Year-In-Review special.
This week, BTR went to check out My Metropolitan by Ry Rocklen at the Feuer Mesler Gallery.
BTR checks out the Columbus Circle Holiday Market--a seasonal fair featuring local artisans, gourmet food, artwork, home goods, and seasonal products.

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