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    The comment period has ended for the proposed extension on the street fair moratorium. Learn more about the proposed rules
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    At 300+ sites across the city, artist Ai WeiWei will have various structures and images that represent the role of fences as physical and metaphorical expressions of division. Read more about these structures in our community notice.
Manhattan Bridge photo with new race half marathon course March 18 2018
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    For the first time in more than 10 years, the New York City Half Marathon has updated it’s race course for 2018. Learn about the course updates in the press release.
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From your street's block party to the international broadcast of New Year's Eve Ball Drop, New York City is the backdrop for countless street activities, cultural activities, and community events. To assist with these activities, the Mayor's Office of Citywide Event Coordination and Management (CECM) provides you with resources to produce an event on the City’s streets, sidewalks and plazas. Learn more about: