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Long Island City »

Learn to cook Japanese dumplings or help beautify Hunters Point by planting daffodil bulbs this weekend.

Long Island City »

The Friends of Court Square Library want to get the community more involved in the local branch.

Ditmars »

Councilman Constantinides said he's heard from seniors who've had trouble accessing the buildings.

Forest Hills »

A Kew Gardens mother hopes to spread awareness about the right to breastfeed in public.

Astoria »

The new pre-k is at a family literacy center on the NYCHA campus for the Ravenswood Houses.

Rockaway Beach »

The building, which underwent a $3.6 million overhaul after the storm destroyed it, reopens Aug. 18.

Long Island City »

The additional funds from this year's budget bring the total budget for the project to $33 million.  

Far Rockaway »

Teens accused of misdemeanor crimes will have their justice administered by their peers in Far Rockaway.

Kew Gardens »

Maria Lisella was born and raised in Queens and lives in Astoria. 

Long Island City »

The groundbreaking will include stories, face-painting, carnival games and food from local eateries.

Bed-Stuy »

"Culture in Transit" will allow residents in Brooklyn and Queens to archive their neighborhood stories. 

Long Island City »

Officials announced the start of the project, at Center Boulevard and 48th Avenue, Thursday morning.

Astoria »

The full day pre-K classes are planned for locations in Woodhaven and Ravenswood in Astoria.

Long Island City »

Lincoln Center Local Live is a series of one-hour shows by musicians and dancers at public libraries.

Sunnyside »

The library branch will close Saturday and is expected to reopen in mig-August.