The meeting between bikers and city officials was seen as a first step toward making riding safer.
A California-based rental company opened new locations at Jacob Riis Park.
Mock botanical signs with statements like "class barrier" aim to point out local cultural dynamics.
The Parks Dept. is painting over the apple-green paint at Woodside's Doughboy Park with a darker green.
A celebration of Matthews-Palmer Playground Saturday will farm ideas for a $1.8 million redesign.
The redesigned Ramon Aponte Park will not have a basketball court, despite pleas from local teens.
The city's Parks Department has presented two alternative designs for the long-neglected Pier 42.
Artist Fanny Allié is creating a sculpture of Christopher Gamble, who lived on the streets for 28 years.
The soccer league that used the field has been relocated to one filled with dirt and small mounds.
Melissa Mark-Viverito wants the Parks Department to push back and explain new performer regulations.
Debra Myers and the volunteer group she formed have helped revive the once-neglected park.
The woman was trapped in Matthews-Palmer Playground, officials said.
The new park space will offer concrete Ping-Pong tables, additional lighting and artificial turf.
Supporters have already secured $1.3 million for the renovation of DeSalvio Playground.
Construction of new park space at Asser Levy Place will begin in two weeks, bringing new traffic rules.
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