Buzzing with B: It's the outdoor season

The theme of this month‘s issue is “the outdoors“, from the city‘s plans to utilize its different outdoor spaces, to fun and free outdoor activities throughout the whole summer. Enjoy the action-packed months of summer in NYC. 



NYC wants to revitalize 120 acres of waterfront in Brooklyn. Here's how it plans to do it.

The city will take over control of the Brooklyn Marine Terminal in Red Hook from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to renovate the piers and other infrastructure, but also to build housing on 120 acres of land.


This summer is the end of outdoor dining in NYC as we know it, as the new outdoor dining program is in effect on Aug 3.

After four years of free, loosely regulated outdoor dining, the new program overseen by the city’s Department of Transportation will add fees, limit sidewalk seating and make roadway sheds hew to a few pre-approved designs, which must come down by December but can go back up in April.


Decades in the making, Abolitionist Place Park finally opens to public.

The 1.15-acre park gives Downtown Brooklyn locals a much needed green space in an area that has become heavily developed in recent years.



As the longest-running free performing arts festival in NYC, BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! runs from June 8 to August 24 this year. 


Little Island, the 2.4-acre public park that rises out of the Hudson River near West 14th Street, has announced its fourth year of free and low-cost summer programming.


This year, SummerStage will bring nearly 85 free and benefit shows to Central Park and 13 neighborhood parks across the five boroughs.


On June 2nd, celebrate Queens Pride down 37th Avenue (from 89th Street to 75th Street) in Jackson Heights, followed by a multicultural festival. 


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