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NYC Celebrates 240th Anniversary Of Revolutionary War's 'Battle Of Brooklyn'Events are being held this week to commemorate the 240th anniversary of the Revolutionary War's Battle of Brooklyn.
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Mosaic House: Brooklyn Woman Turns Brownstone Into Dazzling Work Of ArtThe brownstone at 108 Wyckoff Street in Boerum Hill isn't your typical brownstone -- it's also a work of art.
NYC’s Best DIY Jewelry ClassesIf you’re looking for a truly standout piece of jewelry, why not make your own? Several shops and studios around the city offer classes in creating one-of-a-kind bracelets, rings, earrings, or necklaces and even in starting a jewelry-making business.
NYC's Best Off-Broadway Shows, PerformancesYou don't have to spend half of your paycheck to see a good show in NYC. Here are five of our favorite off-Broadway plays and performances that will definitely turn you into a theater nut.
Female Empowerment Center Stage At NYC's Annual Dominican Day ParadeThe theme for this year's parade is "honoring and empowering the Dominican woman."
World Chess Championship Headed To South Street Seaport This FallMagnus Carlsen, 25, of Norway, will be defending his title of World Chess Champion this year.
NYC's Fall Music Festival Guide 2016: Electric Zoo, The Meadows, MoreCheck out some of the best music festivals happening this fall, including Electric Zoo, The Meadows and more.
NYC's Best MMA and Martial Arts StudiosWhile supporters of mixed martial arts continue to wrangle with legal channels to get New York State to overturn its current ban on the professional sport, those who are interested in MMA and traditional martial arts may find programs throughout the city to learn and train safely. As attitudes about MMA — particularly its merits as fitness and self-defense training — change, more programs will no doubt become available to New Yorkers. Few could compete with these, the best of the best, right in New York.

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