Stuyvesant Writing Workshop caters to working professionals and aspiring authors in Bed-Stuy.
Q.E.D.-A Place to Show & Tell is billing itself as "after-school for grown-ups."
The Works is a new co-working space with desks for $525 per month in Carroll Gardens.
The Jalopy Theater is hosting folk music classes for children ages 6 to 12 years old.
The space being built on Maiden Lane will provide health care, yoga and classes.
Court Tree Collective will open its doors at 371 Court St. this weekend.
Stash lets you save events and search what others are doing.
Scores of classes teach you how to do just about everything across the borough of Brooklyn.
A circus summer camp will be held at P.S. 58 The Carroll School.
Kidz Central Station launched in September in select areas.
George Washington High School is housing dozens of people who were homeless before the hurricane.
City schools will remain closed Tuesday as a result of Hurricane Sandy, Bloomberg said.
Prospect, a new restaurant in Fort Greene, is kicking off a new cooking class series.
The Fortune Society teaches low-income families to make the most of fruits and veggies.
The Yard's first day of adult classes ever coincides with this year's first day of school.
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