East Harlem »

Group Calls for Moratorium on new Drug-Related Programs in East Harlem

The neighborhood is already oversaturated with drug-rehab centers, a local block association said.

Greenpoint »

Man Who Swam Gowanus Canal to Plunge into Newtown Creek Next

Christopher Swain wants to encourage people to advocate for clean water.

Meatpacking District »

6 Things for You To Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Weekend

This weekend the Whitney reopens and the eclectic Red Bull Music Academy Festival launches.

Concourse »

Bronx Men Share Stories in Effort to Curb Cycle of Domestic Violence

The city held a seminar dedicated to Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Denim Day.

Bed-Stuy »

Juicery Fundraises to Serve Free, Fresh Drinks to 1,000 Brooklyn Kids

Brooklyn-based House of Juice wants to give out free juices and smoothies to teach kids healthy eating.

West Village »

Activists Worry Funding For Cuomo's AIDS Plan Falls Short

Cuomo is dedicating $10 million to a "blueprint" of 37 recommendations to end AIDS in New York by 2020.

Bed-Stuy »

Women's Expo Treats Domestic Violence Survivors to Day of Pampering

Domestic violence survivors will get free makeovers, manicures and massages as part of the event.

Washington Heights »

Washington Heights Fitness Studio Raising Cash to Expand Into Larger Space

The Practice at 212 Bennett Ave. is hoping to expand to a new location on 185th Street.

Longwood »

Teens Record PSAs to Teach Peers About Sexually Transmitted Infections

A group of Bronx teens made PSAs urging their friends and classmates to get tested.

West Village »

Cuomo to Reveal Plan to End AIDS at LGBT Center on Wednesday, Activists Say

Activists say Cuomo will release his long-awaited AIDS plan at at the LGBT Center on West 13th Street.

Forest Hills »

Sculpt Your Body Like a Ballerina at Forest Hills Fitness Class

The class offers a fusion of basic ballet barre and traditional exercises, the organizers said.

Concourse »

Bronxites Angered Over More Fast Food Coming to Concourse Plaza

A Burger King and Popeyes are on their way to Concourse Plaza.

Lighthouse Hill »

Biologist Raises Funds to Study Health of Staten Island Ponds

Seth Wollney started an online fundraiser to get $17,000 to study the health of ponds in the borough.

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