SAFE Disposal Events

  Get rid of your harmful household products safely. Manhattan: Sunday, May 20, 2018 10am to 4pm (rain or shine) Columbia University/Teachers College, W 120 St between Broadway & Amsterdam Ave • Cars approach from Seminary Row down Amsterdam Ave • Walk-in area available for residents taking public transportation Can’t attend? Go to nyc.gov/safedisposal or call […]  read more

L Train Updates –

In April 2019, the L train will be closed down for Hurricane Sandy repairs of the Canarsie Tunnel. This page serves to gather useful resources and information for those affected in the Hudson Square community. We will continue to update it as we learn more information. The MTA has published a variety of tools that […]  read more

Congratulations are in order: Raving Press for HERE Arts Center’s Symphonique Fantastique

Check out these great articles about Basil Twist’s return of Symphonique Fantastique at Hudson Square’s HERE Arts Center: The Return of Basil Twist’s Underwater Puppet Show – The New Yorker https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/04/02/the-return-of-basil-twists-underwater-puppet-show Basil Twist’s Fantastic Feathered World (With Tinsel and Berlioz) – The New York Times  https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/23/arts/dance/basil-twist-symphonie-fantastique-here.html              read more

NYC iSchool Parents Assocation

Help celebrate year TEN of the NYC iSchool! The auction is NOW LIVE and runs through March 19th. The iSchool invites you to bid and have fun! And you could win something great! The auction has something for everyone. Bid on concert and sports tickets, health club memberships and private classes, museum and garden passes, […]  read more

Expanding the BID Program at the Urban Design Forum

General Information April 9th, 2018 6:00 – 8:00 pm Gensler 1700 Broadway, Suite 400 New York, NY 10019 Following the 1970s financial crisis, business improvement districts (BIDs) emerged as the invisible stewards of New York City’s public realm. Funded by assessments on commercial property owners, 75 public-private partnerships invest $148 million in commercial districts each […]  read more

Film Forum Celebrating 50 years in 2020 and a Theater Expansion

In 2020, Film Forum will be half a century old. Not bad for a scrappy non-profit that started with 50 folding chairs and a 16mm projector the size of a breadbox. We’ve grown over all these years because of people who appreciate independent films and classic cinema… who believe going to the movies is worth […]  read more

Katchkie Farm’s CSA – Coming Summer 2018

2018 Katchkie Farm CSA Katchkie Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm in Kinderhook, New York. Katchkie produce comes to New Yorkers through our CSA program, making deliveries around the city for 10 years. From the field to you in 24 hours– enjoy the best of the season’s bounty! What’s a “CSA?” Community Supported Agriculture, […]  read more

Giving Tuesday!

Tuesday, November 28th, is Giving Tuesday! Check out our local Hudson Square non profits and how you can support them: Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law is a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve our systems of democracy and justice. Learn more here. Charity: Water brings clean ad safe […]  read more