211 Ainslie Street, the longtime home of the Swinging Sixties Senior Center and Small World Daycare, two long-running, popular centers for Williamsburg’s low and moderate-income population, threatened by imminent displacement.
The new school semester is well underway, applying the same feudal methods to educate our young people, which will fail to prepare them to compete globally.
There is a lot going on at the newly opened Kings Bay Y at North Williamsburg (KBY), including community programs, a preschool open house on Thursday, August 29, a dual-language program, a library…
You need daycare, and you need it now. Vacation is almost over, the school year is about to begin, and there’s not an abundance of choice in the Williamsburg/Greenpoint area. Okay, deep breath.
Spontaneity frightens those in power especially if there are no leaders with whom to negotiate or to target and neutralize. Such an unpredictable swarm heightens an already volatile crisis.
The Graduate. A photo taken June 24 of a Williamsburg Preparatory HS grad (257 North 6th Street) by Regina Monfort.
Sometimes you’ll find me, standing on the street, staring out into the distance, trying to put some amalgamation of light and sound and air I’m feeling into words….