Publication Launch Event: How Can I Improve My Park? This Thursday!!

How Can I Improve My Park?

Publication Launch Event: How Can I Improve My Park?

Thursday, July 24, 2014, 6:30pm-8:30pm At The Arsenal in Central Park

Register online today because we have almost reached capacity. This event will fill up!

Attend this launch event to be among the first to receive […]

Help NYC’s food businesses compost with local community sites!

Citizen’s for NYC sent out: Allow NYC’s food businesses to give their scraps to community compost sites, that help build neighborhoods through support for locally grown food and other green projects.

Dear Friend,

Citizens Committee believes New York City Council should consider allowing local restaurants and food businesses to prove their commitment to […]

Claire Weiss sculpture in Sara Roosevelt Park (BoweryBoogie reports)

“…Faux geological deposits are likely on the way to the head of Sara D. Roosevelt Park. A new public art proposal called “Uplift” would have two replica tectonic plates installed at the top of the Houston-facing steps…”

Community Board 3 will weigh in on the matter at its Parks subcommittee meeting on July 10.

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CitiBike at Rivington and Chrystie

CitiBike interviewed a few people including an MKGardener…

Station Stakeout: Rivington and Chrystie

“The Lower East Side has long been home to vibrant and unique people and places, and now it’s also home to a large number of Citi Bike’s ubiquitous blue bikes! With stations dotted across the area, from the Bowery to […]

The ‘Lo-Down’ on Dedication of the Elizabeth Hubbard Memorial Scent Garden

A lovely write up in the Lo-Down:

M’Finda Kalunga Dedicates Elizabeth Hubbard Scent Garden…

And go to the M’Finda Kalunga website for more pictures of the Juneteenth celebration!

Check it out.

Dedication of The Elizabeth Hubbard Memorial Garden & Juneteenth!!

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The Elizabeth Hubbard Memorial Garden

Elizabeth’s dancing feet took her from her hometown’s Dance Theater of Harlem […]

Juneteenth!!! Saturday July 5th