"A Red Hook(er) Holiday" will feature a holiday market, real estate tours and window decor contest.
The "Atelier Roquette" is open for private parties, community events and fundraisers, among others.
It's "impossible to know" which donations were submitted for which neighborhoods, group members say.
Some occupiers have abandoned relief work to protest others who are working with cops and politicians.
The Good Fork and Homemade in Red Hook began serving patrons for New Year's.
Renowned tattoo artists inked arms and sold art Sunday to raise money for Restore Red Hook.
The mayor met with owners of small businesses in Red Hook affected by Hurricane Sandy.
The director of the Mary H. Whalen is working to arrange free, long-term legal support for Red Hook.
Rosanne Cash headlines one of two fundraisers for Restore Red Hook.
Residents and community leaders have started two fundraising groups for neighborhood businesses.
As cops disrupted drug activity last month, gangs sought other sources of illegal income, police say.
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