What Do You Want To See In This Park?

Community Board 3 Public Hearings For District Budget Priorities

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From CB3:

“This is an opportunity for organizations and […]

From 2006: The Renovation, with Community Input, of Hester Street Playground

Credit Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times

 

 

Gathering Neighbors’ Dreams for a Shabby Playground

By Cara Buckley

“If 11-year-old Shuwen Li had her say, which she does, her local playground would be radically different from its current sorry state. It would have swings. It would not smell like urine. Its ground […]

2011 Fight for Park51 – How Do We Build Community in Hard Times While Being Pitted Against One Another?

SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2011 Park51 Islamic Center: Rebuilding a Neighborhood with Care

Rebuilding a Neighborhood with Care

“I was a mile away when the first plane hit the Trade Towers. I was taking my son by stroller to our parent-run day care center. I ran with him to that shelter. We all struggled not to […]

New Open Space at Grand & Lafayette Streets Planning Meeting

SpotLight on Seniors

MKGarden Website (via Gothamist) Film with Audio LES 1934

From M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden’s website:

A film of the neighborhood, with sound, from 1934.

Milton Resnick’s Former Studio Reopens

Brian Buckley/The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation

From Architect’s Newspaper (via The Lo-Down)

“The work in the inaugural display, Milton Resnick: Paintings 1937–1987, shows his paintings and drawings, ranging from colorful figurative works to large-scale monochromatic pieces.”

“Free and open to the public, the Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation on […]

StoryTime and Crafts in the Garden (M’Finda Kalunga Garden) Saturday September 22nd

 

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September 22, 2018

Deadline September 20th: US Army Corp of Engineers Proposals on Storm Surge – Harmful to Irrelevant?

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A threat to the very life of the Hudson & […]

It’s Our Park Day: The Illuminator Lights Up Stanton Building: What Would We Want Here?

Thank you: The Illuminator and FABnyc‘s: Emilio, Dakota, Ryan, Mike and their band of hard-working staff and volunteers!!

Historical Photos from the NYC Park Archives, Keena Suh, Photos Lee Elson and Unknown Photographer from Sara Roosevelt Park Community Coalition.

 

The Illuminator and the Neighborhood collaborate: “What Could be here?”

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