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Greenwich Village »

Keep Village Senior Center Open, Advocates Beg Cardinal Dolan

The Our Lady of Pompeii Senior Center is in danger of closing when its lease expires is June 2015.

Central Harlem »

Central Harlem Senior Building Gets $38.9 Million Renovation

The 200-unit Philip's Senior House complex will remain affordable for the next 40 years.

Upper East Side »

Cafe Boulud Chef Serves Up Gourmet Meal for UES Seniors

Chef Gavin Kaysen has worked with the Carter Burden Center for the Aging for six years.

Upper West Side »

Sewing Group Revives Lost Art of Stitching Through Community Service

Two sewing fanatics are bringing generations together to create shared projects. 

Yorkville »

City Unveils Plan for Pedestrian Safety Improvements on UES

The plan would shorten crosswalks and add pedestrian islands on First and York avenues. 

Lower East Side »

Hunting and Fishing Club Still a Lower East Side Hangout After 51 Years

The men at Los Amigos Fishing and Hunting Club have frequented Rivington Street for decades.

Carroll Gardens »

Brooklyn Resident to Celebrate 80th Birthday With Skydiving Party

Carroll Gardens resident Carolyn Meiselbach will scream "Let freedom ring!" as she jumps.

Inwood »

Fitness Guru To Lead Uptown Seniors on Yoga-Based Nature Walks

Author Nancy Bruning's walkabouts will combine yoga movements with walks around Inwood Hill Park.

Upper East Side »

Free Exercise Classes Offered to Seniors Citywide

The City Parks Foundation's Senior Fitness Program is in its sixth year.

Central Harlem »

Inspirational Marathoner to Celebrate 90th Birthday With Harlem Bash

Lucille Singleton, 89, has run three marathons and shows no sign of slowing down.

Chelsea »

Robber Steals 92-Year-Old's Bible, Cops Say

A $22,000 reward is being offered for an arrest in the case.

Chelsea »

Chelsea Piers Fitness Program Targets Seniors

The new SC 60 Club offers low-impact exercise classes for older Chelsea Piers members.

Chelsea »

Senior Artists' Gallery Moves to West Chelsea

The Carter Burden Gallery will display work by older artists on West 28th Street.

Carroll Gardens »

Former Mayor Ed Koch Honored Through $25,000 High School Scholarship

The Bryan Cave Edward I. Koch Scholarship Fund will go to five students at a Carroll Gardens school.

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