Long Island City »

Antibiotic-Free Chicken Coming Soon to NYC Public School Cafeterias

Chicken, the top item on school cafeteria menus, will be antibiotic-free starting next year, DOE said.

Greenwich Village »

4 Things for You to Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Week

Visual art is in focus this week, with The Armory Show, The Art Show and Volta NY all kicking off.

Lower East Side »

Great Oaks Charter School Nixes Move to Governors Island to Stay on LES

Great Oaks Charter School is hoping to move into a new spot "relatively close" to its current location.

Emerson Hill »

Summit Aims to Improve Community and Police Relationship After Eric Garner

The ninth-annual Youth Empowerment Summit will be on Saturday at Wagner College.

Midtown »

6 Things For You to Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Weekend

Revisit a classic Depeche Mode album, visit the New Museum's Triennial and explore Tom Wolfe's archives.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

VIDEO: Parents and Students to Host Musical Jam Session at P.S. 51

Parent-musicians will join students for an open jam next month. 

Corona »

Free Photo Workshop for Teens Helps Instill Queens Pride

The "QNS KID" program will travel around the borough to help teens learn about Queens history. 

Claremont Village »

5 Things for You to Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Week

Music memoirs and '60s photography are on this week's agenda.

Long Island City »

Take a Cocktail-Making Lesson While Your Kids Learn to Cook

Alobar's chef will teach kids to make gnocchi, while their parents get a bartending lesson.

Crown Heights »

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

Oscars fun, indoor flea markets and Miss Piggy are on this weekend’s agenda.

Greenwich Village »

10 Places to Watch the Oscars in NYC

Turn the annual event into a night on the town at a big-screen showing of the 87th Academy Awards.

Astoria »

Astoria Catholic School Parents Scramble for Alternatives Ahead of Closure

Some parents at Most Precious Blood might opt for charter or public school instead.

Elmhurst »

How to Celebrate Lunar New Year in Queens

This year is of the Ram, Goat or Sheep, depending on the translation, and it begins Feb. 19.

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