For the sixth year, Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders from Hunts Point put on a full-length Shakespeare play. This year’s production was “Romeo and Juliet.”
Hunts Point native Majora Carter has big plans to transform the way the neighborhood is developed.
Ex-Councilman would increase community policing, support parents Democratic mayoral candidate Sal Albanese is not one to toe the party line as a means of winning an election. First elected to the City Council to represent Bay Ridge in 1982, Albanese is looking to use his record as an independently-minded populist [...]
Watch kids salsa up a storm at Hunts Point’s hidden dance school.
Program at the Rec turns out young filmmakers Chelsey Rodriguez, 11, took a deep breath, put her shyness aside and stepped into The Candy Box, a bodega on Spofford Avenue. She held an iPad and walked up to the owner, Gilbert Valle. She started recording a video, asking him questions [...]