Midtown »

The Ask NYPL line has been taking New Yorkers' calls since 1960, answering all kinds of questions.

Park Slope »

The show, from Off the Page Education, adapts the book All American Boys, about racial profiling.

Greenwich Village »

The founder of NYU business school's Urbanization Project is the new World Bank chief economist.

Greenwich Village »

The Community Education Council for Manhattan's largest school district started a new committee.

Inwood »

The organization launched a monthlong literacy program for July throughout New York City.

West Harlem »

A local youth basketball program received a big donation from an NBA team part-owner. 

Rockaway Park »

Justin Zemser played football at Channel View and went on to play for the U.S Naval Academy's team. 

Upper East Side »

The Brooklyn Robot Foundry opened up shop on Second Avenue in June.

Williamsburg »

The city added 16 more schools to its PROSE program, which lets them ignore some DOE and union rules.

Corona »

The bills to provide free sanitary products were championed by Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras-Copeland.

Midwood »

Organizing the city's trash by its properties and uses, a poster captures the city from the ground view.

West Village »

75 Morton will have a rooftop garden thanks to funds from local politicians.

Mott Haven »

The college was chosen to take part in a pilot program that provides Pell grants to students in prison.

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