A new look Cooper Hewitt and a huge gingerbread house are among this week's picks.
Stephanie Hill Wilchfort will take over as president of the Crown Heights museum in early 2015.
The singing starts in front of Cassidy's Ale House on 31st Avenue on Saturday.
Kids will learn how to make slippers out of fabric scraps and pom poms out of old yarn.
Bushwick teens wanted the play to be "something that a person from my block would understand."
A holiday comedy show and a "Home for the Hollandaise" cooking class are among this week's picks.
Every student at VOICE Charter School in Long Island City receives choral singing instruction.
'Write Here, Write Now' program teams 'Matilda the Musical' cast and crew with students.
The space is meant to calm younger patients and help them interact with one another.
Digital Girl, a new nonprofit aimed at encouraging girls to consider STEM careers, launched Tuesday.
Curious Jane, which runs all-girl after-school programs and camps, is starting a magazine.
The Parks Department is seeking public input for improvements to Stroud Playground at a meeting Monday.
Volunteers will make wooden toys to give to kids at Staten Island University Hospital.
Parents say the Parks Department went too far when it welded spinning playground equipment into place.
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