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Briarwood »

Queens Library Offering Yoga For Seniors

Chair yoga is designed for those less active.

Upper East Side »

Purrfect: Upper East Side Nonprofit Helps Seniors Care for Beloved Pets

Search and Care pairs volunteers with elderly pet owners who need help tending to their animals.

West Village »

West Village Rec Center Closed Indefinitely After Sandy

The Tony Dapolito Recreation Center has been closed more than five weeks because of water damage.

Midtown »

'Coffeehouse' Senior Center Gets New $1.1M Space Near Port Authority

The new Project FIND Coffeehouse has food and activities for low-income seniors.

Washington Heights »

Thanksgiving Arrives Early for Uptown Neighbors

Uptown locals were fed Thanksgiving Day meals and given free turkeys for the holiday.

Midland Beach »

Hurricane Sandy Takes Deadly Toll on Staten Island's Vulnerable Seniors

By Saturday, 22 victims, mostly elderly residents, died after Hurricane Sandy.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Marty Markowitz Looking to Increase His Image as a Friend to Cyclists

The Brooklyn Borough President wants less parking for cars and more for bicycles.

Greenwich Village »

Sarah Jessica Parker Attends Village Senior Center Art Show

The "Sex and the City" star made an unlikely appearance in Greenwich Village Friday.

Midtown & Theater District »

Baby Boomers Keep Fit On the Flying Trapeze

A Midtown pilates studio has daring older athletes flying through the air with the greatest of ease.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Seniors Strut Their Stuff in Fashion Show

Seniors strutted their stuff for Thursday's 10th annual fashion show at the Carter Burden Center for the Aging's Luncheon Club.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Yoga-Loving Seniors Reject Exercise Equipment for the Elderly

A fight has been brewing at John Jay Park, pitting seniors who take yoga classes against those hoping to get outdoor exercise equipment geared to older adults.

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.

Midtown & Theater District »

Lawyer Turned Comedian Brings Laughs to Those in Need

A Midtown lawyer-turned comedian is bringing laughs to those who need it most with Cherub Improv.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Advocates Want to Replace Parking Spots With Parks

A group of park advocates want to set up hundreds of 'microparks' on existing parking spots in Chelsea for PARK(ing) Day.

Manhattan »

City Cooling Centers to Open Wednesday as Temperatures Soar

The city announced it would open the centers Weds and Thurs as temperatures soar toward 100 degrees this week.

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