Long Island City »

Fundraiser Looks to Start Poetry Prize for Writer Killed in Cycling Crash

Friends of Hoyt Jacobs are raising money to start an annual prize in his name at Queens College.

Flushing »

Watch Engineer-Turned-Juggler Dazzle With Math-Inspired Act

Greg Kennedy has toured the world and won awards with his innovative juggling.

Midtown »

4 Reasons Parents Are Happy That School Superintendents Are Back in Power

Families believe newly empowered superintendents will be more responsive to complaints about schools.

Union Square »

8 Things to Do This Weekend in New York City

Hit the snow in Central Park and check out the Morgan’s new exhibition, "Lincoln Speaks."

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Boerum Hill Kids Center Moves to Larger Waterfront Space

Beam Center will host its workshops and after-school programs at 60 Sackett St. beginning next month.

Upper West Side »

How to Find the Right Tutor for Your Child

Whether your child is struggling with math or needs an extra challenge, let DNAinfo guide you.

East New York »

Brooklyn Youth Marching Band Protests Program Cuts

School officials have limited access to the Soul Tigers Marching Band's practice space, directors say.

Concourse »

School Forced Bullied Special-Needs Student to Clean Bathroom, Parents Say

Jeremiah Rosario attended the Sheridan Academy for Young Leaders until late November.

East Williamsburg »

Street Gang Dispute Sparked Shooting That Wounded 2 Teens, Police Say

The incident occurred after a fight between the shooter and a 17-year-old student at the school.

Upper West Side »

Pols Push for Resolution Making NYC Official Promoter of Meatless Mondays

City Councilmembers want New York City to promote a meatless diet every Monday.

Central Harlem »

Harlem School Teams With Barnes & Noble to Replace Books Destroyed in Fire

Mount Pleasant Christian Academy lost thousands of books and expensive computer equipment during a fire.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Teen Pushes for Traffic Safety After 3 Classmates Killed by Cars

Former M.S. 51 student Alison Collard de Beaufort wants kids to get involved in pedestrian safety.

Central Harlem »

Broken Speakers in City Schools Pose Safety Risk, Experts Say

There were at least 167 broken speakers in city schools during the 2013-2014 school year.

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