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QUEENS—The Ramones are coming home again. Beginning April 10th, the Queens Museum is exploring John William Cummings, Thomas Erdelyi, Douglas Glenn Colvin and Jeffrey Ross Hyman's influence on music and art with a retrospective exhibit, "Hey! Ho! Let's Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk" through July 31st.

LOWER EAST SIDEClaw Money is getting a new look. The shop will be shut down for the next week to finally finish those ongoing renovations, Bowery Boogie discovered. "[The landlord] is just changing the front facade," Ms. Money (aka Claudia Gold) tells told the blog of her storefront at 101 Delancey Street.

UPPER EAST SIDE—Platinum Jewels in Bloom, a ten-day flower and jewelry show, is coming to the store windows of Madison Avenue. 18 fancy boutiques between 57th Street and 86th Street — including Chanel, David Yurman, Ippolita, and Fabergé — will feature stroll-stopping floral and jewelry arrangements in their store windows through Valentine's Day.