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Bike Safe, Bike Smart Greenpoint

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We received a friendly reminder from NYPD to bike smart and safe as part of their Operation: Safe Cycle. For those of you who are hitting the streets this summer on two wheels–good for you! Cycling is a great way to get around, get exercise and explore new parts of the city. For those of… READ MORE

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Celebrate Summer (for a Good Cause) with Cocktails in the Garden

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Join 61 Franklin Street Community Garden for garden-inspired cocktails, grilled snacks and live music by Home for Wayward Drummers in their lush magical community garden, on Thursday, August 21, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Tickets are $20 and include two free cocktails, snacks and live entertainment. There will also be a raffle to… READ MORE

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McGolrick Park Safety Meeting on 8/12

by Heather Van De Mark on

Come by the McGolrick Park Pavilion on Tuesday, August 12 at 7pm to discuss safety issues within the park. hosted by the McGolrick Park Neighborhood Alliance. Officials from the 94th Police Precinct will be there to answer questions and listen to concerns. In case of rain: Meet at Raizes Restaurant, corner of McGuiness Blvd and… READ MORE

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Greenpoint Landing Has Landed

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Read the full story, Let the pile driving begin! Greenpoint Landing starts construction by Kim M. on Greenpointers. Greenpoint’s got a new kid on the block and he’s entered the hood with a bang. For anyone who has seen the mounds of excavated dirt, or the felt the head-splitting thunderous claps of wooden piles being… READ MORE

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Have Suggestions, Concerns, Ideas Re: G Train Shutdown? Share Them Today

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NYS Senator Daniel Squadron is hosting a conference call along with local colleagues later today to discuss what’s working, what isn’t, and what can be improved regarding the G Train shutdown. Now would be a great time to tell him, and our other elected officials (such as AM Joe Lentol and CM Levin) what you… READ MORE

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Greenpoint-McCarren Park Greenmarket Update: 02 August 2014

by Stephen Wade on

Can you believe it’s August already? Summer is flying by and the market is beginning to enter full steam. Stone fruit, varieties of greens, berries and more are all making their way into market. Heirloom tomatoes are starting to come in droves, with S&SO and Bodhi Tree bringing in an almost never ending number of… READ MORE

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Time to Play at American Playground

by Laura Treciokas on

The scaffolding has finally come down off the playground equipment at American Playground. (It had originally been put up while the building next door did window installation.) Caution tape still restricts access, but a worker who was there hosing off the area thought the space could be back open by late afternoon Tuesday. [Update: Caution… READ MORE

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Improve Your Parks (Part III): Who to Contact

by Heather Van De Mark on

Last week, I attended Partnership for Parks meeting, How Can I Improve My Park? It was a fantastic panel discussion between city officials and active community volunteers on how people can improve their parks. You can read the recap of the discussion at Improve Your Parks (Part II): A Panel Discussion. It was ALSO the… READ MORE

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Improve Your Parks (Part II): A Panel Discussion

by Heather Van De Mark on

Last week, I attended Partnership for Parks’ meeting, How Can I Improve My Park? It was a fantastic panel discussion between city officials and active community volunteers on how people can improve their parks. It was also the launch event for The Center for Urban Pedagogy’s (CUP) newest publication, How Can I Improve My Park?,… READ MORE

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Improve Your Parks (Part I): An Illustrated Guide

by Heather Van De Mark on

Last week, I attended Partnership for Parks meeting, How Can I Improve My Park? It was a fantastic panel discussion between city officials and active community volunteers on how people can improve their parks. [Note: I'll be covering the details of the panel talk in tomorrow's post.] It was ALSO the launch event for The… READ MORE

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G Train: Nassau Ave to Church Ave from July 25 to Sept 2

by Heather Van De Mark on

As you hopefully know by now, the G Train will be shutting down tonight at 10:30pm until September 2 for Hurricane Sandy repairs between Court Square and Nassau Avenue. That’s correct, the end of the line for the train will be the Nassau Avenue stop in Greenpoint. For those who need access to Greenpoint Ave,… READ MORE

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From the Pipeline: So Long Sludge Tank

by GWAPP on

From the DEP Pipeline–literally, the DEC has a newsletter called The Weekly Pipeline–the longstanding Greenpoint sludge tank is no more. According to the newsletter: Yesterday, work got underway to demolish a tank along the East River that was used to store sludge from the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant until it could be loaded onto… READ MORE

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