Making new friends gets more difficult as we grow older. Retirement, moving to a new city, or the death of a spouse can all lead to feelings of isolation, and the older we are, the fewer friends we tend to have. There comes a point when many of your friends have passed and you might feel all alone, especially if your family live a long way away. Continue reading How to Make New Friends Later in Life→
On June 17, Chelsea Piers, New York City’s go-to destination for sports and recreation, will celebrate the launch of Chelsea Piers Field House Brooklyn, its new family-friendly sports facility located at 601 Dean Street. The community-focused event invites the public to the new state-of the-art recreational center to experience all that the Chelsea Piers Field House Brooklyn has to offer. The massive family-friendly facility highlights include an 80+ degree learn-to-swim pool, an Olympic-sized gymnastics center, two boarded turf fields, a specialized ninja + parkour center, and several birthday and event spaces. Continue reading Chelsea Piers Field House Brooklyn Opens With a Community Launch Party→
Well, if you haven’t had a chance too see the above iteration of the Houston Bowery Mural Wall, it’s officially too late, because the colorful piece, by Bronx-based graffiti consortium, Tats Cru, was painted over during the Memorial Day Weekend. And that’s why I’m here: to tell and show you what you missed. You’re welcome.
I was waiting for the 14D crosstown Bus on 9th Avenue between 17th and 18th Streets and spotted this fun balloon dancing merrily in the wind while tethered to a door of the Community Center of the Housing Project located at that address.