From Memorial Day through Labor Day, you can catch an outdoor movie nearly every night in NYC.
Three artist-led projects aim to create affordable space for artists and others in the city.
Finding the right G&T program depends on your child's needs and the schools involved, experts said.
Mary's Bar is opening a flea market in an empty lot on 22nd Street off Fifth Avenue in South Slope.
Community solar campaigns try to get a critical mass of customers to bring installation prices down.
Four school projects will be funded through District 38's participatory budgeting process.
The NYPD and the Manhattan District Attorney's office want to lease space in an industrial warehouse.
The average price for Manhattan's new condos will hit $5.9M this year, CityRealty says.
Schools in the neighborhood have had long kindergarten waitlists since at least 2012.
The opt out movement is still a minority, but not at one Brooklyn school.
From a boulder in Sunset Park to toy gorillas in Williamsburg, these sights are a part of the community.
From foraging in a cemetery to open studios in Sunset Park, DNAinfo has you covered this weekend.
When moving in the city, it's important to know what to expect and what to avoid.
City schools are pushing back against a growing number of families opting out of the state tests.
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