The Astor Center donated its industrial kitchen for a week so the nonprofit can bake 3,000 cookies.
The first Two Boots Pizzeria opened on Avenue A in 1987, leading to locations across the country.
The Lower Eastside Girls Club will paint a mural on the Avenue C wall where another piece of President Obama was controversially covered last year.
A mural of President Obama that was painted over by a cable company is attracting graffiti on Avenue C.
The sprawling Avenue D structure will feature 30,000 square feet of space for the club.
The Fat Tuesday party drew hundreds of revelers to the Village for the Big Easy-style celebration.
Lower Eastside Girls Club founder Lyn Pentecost was recently nominated for the designer's "People's Voice" award.
Cable company RCN recently covered a mural by Antonio "Chico" Garcia, but now they want to redo it with another artist.
Rosario Dawson joined Lower Eastside Girls Club members and elected officials to celebrate the incoming building.
The youth organization is providing healthy eating options and jobs to local residents at its new East Village eatery.
Fifteen-year-old club finally gets a permanent home, with production studios, a green roof and a planetarium.
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