One cannot shame or embarrass powerful real-estate developers. Even negative publicity is a minor irritant because they shroud themselves in Teflon tailored by public relations firms.
“Graffiti writers and bombers succeeded at democratizing our ideas about who gets to make art. Once that genie was out of the bottle, the next generation took it as their birthright to bring all the art out onto the streets, not just aerosol.”
“A chance to bring together the neighborhood’s pre-existing and newcomer demographics for the benefit of our local youth.”
May 11, 2013
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More than 1,000 volunteers are expected to join 75 volunteer-led shoreline cleanups as part of the second annual Riverkeeper Sweep, our annual day of service for the Hudson River, on Saturday, May 11, 2013. Please find a cleanup site in the list below and click the link to register. Those who register and participate are eligible for raffle prizes and a freebie at one of nine participating breweries and nightclubs.
New York’s annual exhibition of designers of contemporary furnishings, lighting, and accessories made or designed in Brooklyn, all handpicked by a jury of editors from leading design and shelter magazines.
A special town hall meeting is being called to address the dangers of asbestos in our community. Special guest experts in the field: Dr. Jay Parkinson, MD, MPH, Co-Founder of Sherpaa & Linda Reinstein, Co-Founder ADAO
“Too often community rights are usurped. I see Williamsburg empowering its residents with knowledge and community organizing to protect public health and their environment.”