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East Williamsburg »

The pool would use water that typically becomes sewage that overflows into the filthy creek.

Murray Hill »

Justin Holt went to great lengths to build a private — and likely illegal — pool on his balcony.

Central Harlem »

The move by the Y, which was following its national policy, sparked debate among Harlem parents.

Upper East Side »

From infants to teens, children of all ages can escape the heat with these watery neighborhood hangouts.

Bushwick »

Tutu's now has a baby pool from a Greenpoint toy store in its sidewalk cafe.

Greenpoint »

The pool reopened for its second year with a modest crowd and strict entrance rules.

Gowanus »

The Double "D" Pool lies in path of EPA's plans for clean up of Gowanus Canal.

Boerum Hill »

Residents and officials will meet, June 29, at the Double D pool to save it from being closed.  

Williamsburg »

Hasidic women say they won't swim without a female lifeguard at Williamsburg's Metropolitan Pool.

Upper West Side »

Practice your flamenco, perfect your opera singing or perform your play at these spots in the city.

Williamsburg »

Hasidic women are pleading with the city to hire a female replacement for their year-round swim sessions.

Astoria »

The Parks Department unveiled preliminary plans for a new performance space in Astoria on Wednesday.

Lower East Side »

The city's Parks Department is looking for an operator to run a trapeze center in Hamilton Fish Park.

West Village »

The Tony Dapolito Recreation Center has been closed more than five weeks because of water damage.