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Red Hook »

All-Night Hackathon Connects Skilled Developers and Tech Fans in Red Hook

Hack Red Hook will be held at Pioneer Works from April 18 to April 19 in Red Hook.

Cobble Hill »

LICH Supporters Attempt to Attract Hospital Developers

Representatives from labor unions and a community group spoke to potential bidders Monday evening.

Cobble Hill »

Settlement on LICH Does Not Guarantee Full Service Hospital

New details on the settlement were announced Friday afternoon at the Brooklyn Supreme Court.

Boerum Hill »

Boerum Hill Resident Looks for Volunteers to Tend Local Garden

Margaret Cusack, 68, is hoping to keep the Hoyt Street Garden from falling into disrepair.

Red Hook »

Actors Read Biblical Book of Job to Commemorate Sandy Devastation

Actors will read from the biblical tale of suffering to honor those who endured Sandy's wrath.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Worms Wiggle to First Festival for Columbia Street Children's Garden

The South Brooklyn Children's Garden is hosting their first worm festival, April 20.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Garden to Receive a $4,000 Facelift

The 462 Halsey Community Garden received a grant from the American Community Gardening Association.

Cobble Hill »

LICH Advocates Rally Together for Events in Red Hook and Cobble Hill

Two events will be held this weekend, on April 5 and April 7.

Upper East Side »

UES Residents Call for New Middle School in P.S. 158 Space

Community Board 8 members are pressing the DOE to lock in the vacant space for a new middle school.

Upper East Side »

Doe Fund Won't Clean East 86th Street Anymore, Citing Hurricane Sandy

The Doe Fund has stopped cleaning East 86th Street Commercial District, citing Hurricane Sandy.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

'Ranger' Patrols Tiny Park in Chelsea

Ranger Bob, in charge of a tiny park in Chelsea, wants to see similar "microparks" around the neighborhood.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Hell's Kitchen Celebrates National Night Out

Hundreds turned out for the annual event in Hell's Kitchen Park.

Manhattan »

Henry Kravis Pledges $100M for Columbia Business School Expansion

The $100 million pledge to Columbia Business School is the largest in the school’s history.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Upper Manhattan Arts Group Looks to Broaden Reach

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA) willl hold its first artist town hall meeting on Monday, Sept. 20.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

High School Students Paint Hell's Kitchen Bridge to Learn Life Skills

City at-risk high school students repainted a Hell's Kitchen bridge through a program to keep them in school.

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