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Williamsburg »

Norman Brodsky will sign a deal with another buyer on Friday, according to a source.

Greenpoint »

Hunt for wild Dodrios, Caterpies and Bulbasaurs while enjoying a summer stroll.

Williamsburg »

The policy was under review as a violation of the city's human rights law. 

Williamsburg »

The all-women swim caters to the neighborhood's Hasidic Jewish population. 

Bushwick »

You can cast your ballots from March 26 to April 3 in north Brooklyn's participatory budgeting.

Downtown Brooklyn »

BP Adams is asking the mayor to look into a municipal car share program for Downtown Brooklyn.

Yorkville »

Asphalt Green is planning a $2.2 million upgrade of its Murphy Center.

Soundview »

Open air jazz, open air movies, open air exercise, open air everything.

Fort Greene »

The Willoughby Avenue entrance has been in need of repairs for many years, locals say.

Cobble Hill »

2Fik will exhbit his work "2Fik's Museum" at the Invisible Dog Art Center on Bergen St. April 20.

Williamsburg »

McCarren Pool is offering a preview to people who pay $150 for a fundraiser party.

Harlem »

The Johnson Houses Community and Children's Center  will feature a host of programs and services.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Community Board 7 wants to ease the recreational space crunch by getting schools to open up playgrounds after school hours.

Midtown & Theater District »

Bryant Park will now be open until midnight most days of the week.