Thanksgiving came early to a band of community activists, who have been fighting for Bushwick Inlet Park for years.
A panel moderated by Phil DePaolo introduced the recently published book “Zoned Out.”
A rafter (what a group of turkeys is called) of opportunities to share a feast with your neighbors abounded around this Thanksgiving.
On Nov. 9, Broadway Triangle Community Coalition gave a press conference outside Department of City…
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Southside United HDFC–Los Sures honored those showing community leadership with an awards ceremony.
Smiles and wheels!
A ribbon cutting celebrated the rejuvenation of 590 Dekalb Avenue, a building of affordable senior housing units that first opened for residents in 1984.
The New York State Department of Transportation is looking for ways to keep the historic bridge “alive” for future generations.
When landlords go low, community heroes get to work.
Ghouls, superheros, and a T-Rex marched in an annual Halloween Parade.
Grassroots leaders, academics, mayors, and nonprofit organizations from around the world came together the week of Oct. 15 to map out a plan for the future of cities.
Two processions moved toward the 90th Precinct to pay tribute to those who have lost their lives as a result of domestic violence.
Crest Hardware held their 7th annual pumpkin carving contest on Oct. 22.
“Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson was an exemplary steward of our criminal justice system.”
The NYC Parks Department decided to reduce the hours of the women’s swim to 4 hours starting October 10th.