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  1. Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks will headline 4Knots Festival this weekend (Photo: Roger Kisby/Getty Images)

    Weekend Hot List: 4Knots Music Fest, Food Truck Rally, More

    Don’t miss out! Every weekend, NewYork.com picks the best things to do in New York City. ...
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  2. The bar at Dovetail (Photo: Nathan Rawlinson)

    3 Great Restaurants Near the American Museum of Natural History

    Visitors to the American Museum of Natural History can backtrack through human evolution and explore beyond the galaxy, all in one single afternoon. ...
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  3. Nike Air Jordan I, 1985 (Photo: Ron Wood. Courtesy American Federation of Arts/Bata Shoe Museum)

    On View: The Rise of Sneaker Culture at the Brooklyn Museum

    Rubber soled shoes have been around since the 1800s, and the origin of the name “sneaker” is said to be based on the wearer’s ability to sneak around ...
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    Instant New York: U.S. Women’s Soccer Champs are Celebrated with Ticker-Tape Parade

    The U.S. Women's soccer team were celebrated today with a ticket-tape parade in New York's Canyon of Heroes in honor of their triumphant 5-2 win over Japan at the World Cup on Sunday. ...
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  5. Art After Dark at the Guggenheim (Photo: Christine Butler/Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation)

    Daily 5: Shark Week, Art After Dark, More

    Don’t miss out! NewYork.com picks the five best things to do in New York City each and every day. ...
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  6. Teen historians researching at the New-York Historical Society Library for the Revolution exhibit on Governors Island (Photo: Courtesy of New-York Historical Society)

    On View: New-York Historical Society’s ‘NYC & the War for Independence’ on Governors Island

    There is revolution in the air as the New-York Historical Society invites you to Governors Island Saturdays and Sundays starting on July 11. Revolution: NYC & the War for Independence is an engaging “pop-up” installation ...
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  7. The Apollo Theater in Harlem (Photo: Japp1967/Flickr CC)

    6 Great Ways to Celebrate Harlem Week 2015

    Harlem Week (July 26-Aug. 22, 2015), a month-long celebration of Harlem’s unique history and culture, began as just one day back in 1974. This year’s festivities ...
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  8. Balkan Beat Box

    Daily 5: Balkan Beat Box, Imbible, More

    Don’t miss out! NewYork.com picks the five best things to do in New York City each and every day. ...
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  9. NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio held a press conference to announce that all of Central Park's loop north of 72nd street as well as Prospect Park's west-drive will be car-free and reserved solely for recreation (Photo: NYC DOT)

    NYC Launches New Car-Free Zones in City Parks

    With the summer sunshine pouring into Manhattan, the city’s parks are receiving some much-welcomed relief as car-free zones open in both Central Park and Prospect Park. ...
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  10. The Mexican red knee (Brachypelma smithi) lives mainly on the Pacific coast of Mexico, and preys on insects, small frogs, lizards and mice (Photo: ©AMNH/R. Mickens)

    On View: Spiders Alive! is back at the American Museum of Natural History

    It’s baaaack. Spiders Alive! descends once again on the American Museum of Natural History in full arachnid glory. The Museum houses the world’s largest research collection of spiders ...
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