This week's uplifting stories from neighborhoods near Ditmas Park.
Bayside - Douglaston
Bayside Anglers to Host Annual Little Neck Bay Cleanup on April 14
The Bayside Anglers will host its 19th annual Waterfront Day and shore cleanup at Little Neck Bay on April 14.
Weiner Aiding Rockaway Recovery: Report
For many, especially those in the Rockaways, Superstorm Sandy recovery still hasn't ended. It's no surprise, then, that there are still New Yorkers lending a helping hand.
Ditmas Park Moms Develop Parent-Run Play Space
Local moms Judith Serlin-Munoz and Nancy Rawlinson are spearheading the effort to establish a parent-run play space for local parents and children to call their own.
Fort Greene - Clinton Hill
Clinton Hill Rallies Around Broken Angel Owner With Block Party
Neighbors to hold celebratory benefit for Arthur Wood on what will be his last day in his home of 34 years.
Sure Sign of Spring: Uncle Louis G Reopens on Park Place
Out with the soup and in with the soft serve as ice cream shop opens for the summer season.
Bryan Cave LLP has launched a $25,000 fund that will be distributed to five students from the Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies in Carroll Gardens.
Tuesday morning, Harry Belafonte, dubbed the "King of Calypso," and a world-renowned advocate for civil rights and humanitarian causes, shared with the students of the Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance his lifetime experience working to better the world around him.
Installation Made from Sandy-Salvaged Wood Moved to DUMBO
"Heartwalk," a 30-foot heart-shaped art installation made from salvaged wood from boardwalks destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, was moved from Times Square to DUMBO on Monday.