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“Little Fugitive” Screening

“Little Fugitive” Screening On Saturday, October 13th the PSCC Arts Committee will be screening “Little Fugitive,” an award winning (1953) short by Ray Ashley, Morris Engel and Ruth Orkin. Featured at last year’s Shorts in the Slope Festival, “Little Fugitive” was introduced by Gowanus resident, Mary Engel, the filmmakers’ daughter. read more >>
  • Sep 21, 2018 by Kedin Kilgore

Tues May 29: Assemblymember Robert Carroll To Host Town Hall on the MTA

Tues May 29: Assemblymember Robert Carroll To Host Town Hall on the MTA NYC Subways and Buses – Come get answers to your questions about service issues and plans for the future. Join Assemblymember Robert Carroll at a Town Hall on the MTA with Andy Byford, the new President of the New York City Transit Authority. 6:30pm to 8:30pm on Tuesday, May 29 (doors open at 6pm) John Jay […] read more >>
  • May 15, 2018 by Darden

‘Tis the Season To Be Greener

‘Tis the Season To Be Greener Suggestions for Green Holidays from the Sustainability Committee Americans toss 25% more trash between Thanksgiving and the New Year than any other time of the year. This Holiday Season, be eco-conscious. It’s a gift that keeps on giving. Below are some suggestions. Consider gifts that support our local community and generate minimal waste: Give a […] read more >>
  • Dec 11, 2017 by Kedin Kilgore

78th Precinct and PSA1 Presents: Neighborhood Coordinator Officer Program

78th Precinct and PSA1 Presents:  Neighborhood Coordinator Officer Program The 78th Precinct and Police Service Area 1 invite you to the Neighborhood Coordinator Officer Program at the Brooklyn Museum at 6:30PM on October 17. Light food and refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by October 11 with number of attendees to: Jerry.Galante@NYPD.org Brian.Laffey@NYPD.org Michael.Joseph@NYPD.org   read more >>
  • Oct 3, 2017 by Darden

“When Movies Were King”

“When Movies Were King” As the Pavilion morphs (later this year, I’m told) into the Nitehawk Park Slope, we thought we’d look WAY BACK to a time when one could see a movie each day in the Slope without coming close to seeing all the films then screening. read more >>
  • Apr 27, 2017 by pscc

Integration Matters – Separate is Never Equal

Integration Matters – Separate is Never Equal School Segregation too Close to Home New York City schools are among the most segregated in the nation. As documented by the UCLA Civil Rights Project in 2014, more than half of NYC public school students 1 attend schools that are more than 90% Black and Latino, despite the fact that Black and Latino students make […] read more >>
  • Mar 8, 2017 by pscc