Stapleton »

Graffiti Artist Launches Project to Get Vital Information to the Homeless

Kevin Mahoney plans to put monitors in storefront windows to share information with the homeless.

Bed-Stuy »

Technology Nonprofit Teaches Coding to Brooklyn Girls

Digital Girl, a new nonprofit aimed at encouraging girls to consider STEM careers, launched Tuesday.

Carroll Gardens »

'Caviar' Delivery Launches at Frankies Spuntino with $1 Cavatelli

The "premium delivery" service is partnering with more than 20 restaurants, including Prime Meats.

Jamaica »

Library Cards Are Connecting Queens Residents to Wi-Fi

Cardholders can now check out Wi-Fi devices at several branches, including Jamaica and Forest Hills.

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn Libraries Loan Out Free Wi-Fi Hot Spots

Cardholders can get Internet access at home for up to one year with the library's mobile hot spots.

Red Hook »

New Red Hook Alert System to Help Keep Locals Informed

The Red Hook Hub will share information on community events and resources during emergency situations.

Navy Yard »

Space Robot Company Lands in Brooklyn Navy Yard

Honeybee Robotics recently moved into the Brooklyn Navy Yard after waiting for space for two years.

Crown Heights »

Conference of Rabbis Claims to Have Taken the 'World's Biggest Selfie'

The photo was taken at the annual meeting of Lubavitch rabbis in Crown Heights.

Bed-Stuy »

Pilot Program Brings Textbook-Free Classrooms to Brooklyn Schools

Three Brooklyn schools are ditching textbooks for iPads to engage students in digital learning.

St. George »

App Lets Residents Complain Straight to Staten Island's Borough Hall

The app, BP Assist, lets users report quality of life issues to Borough Hall.

Civic Center »

City Phasing Out Pay Phones in Favor of Free Wi-Fi

LinkNYC will provide free, fast Wi-Fi and free calling to anywhere in the United States.

Lower East Side »

New Dating App Asks Male Users to Sign 'Gentleman Pledge' of Conduct

The soon-to-launch app Dapper aims to vet male users so women have a better dating experience.

Corona »

Environmental After-School Program Expanding With $40K Grant

The "Collect, Construct, Change” program lets students find environmental issues in their neighborhoods.

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