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Chelsea »

A sign in the elevator at Chelsea Hall suggests residents "obtain deliveries" while repairs take place.

Park Slope »

Businesses that are considered "age-friendly" will display decals in their windows.

Upper West Side »

Myron Gold has made it his mission to make sure longtime AIDS and HIV survivors aren't forgotten.

Fort Greene »

The yoga classes will take place in South Oxford Park on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

East Village »

Levine, star of the video series "Ask My Neighbor Lorraine," has all kinds of advice to give you.

Chelsea »

"The Age of Love" will show in Queens, Manhattan and The Bronx ahead of Valentine's Day.

Red Hook »

Officials presented designs for the new NYCHA center to Red Hook senior citizens last week.

Greenwich Village »

The Our Lady of Pompeii Senior Center is in danger of closing when its lease expires is June 2015.

Fort George »

Isabella Geriatric Center's staff say music helps to soothe residents and ignite their memories.

Chelsea »

SAGE's centers offer social services, classes and meals for LGBT seniors.

Lower East Side »

The men at Los Amigos Fishing and Hunting Club have frequented Rivington Street for decades.

Carroll Gardens »

Carroll Gardens resident Carolyn Meiselbach will scream "Let freedom ring!" as she jumps.

Central Harlem »

Lucille Singleton, 89, has run three marathons and shows no sign of slowing down.

Greenwich Village »

The senior said a man kicked and punched him without saying a word, according to police.

West Village »

The action star grew up in the West Village artists' complex on Bethune Street.