Organizations and publications with a focus on the history of New York City reference the ENY Projects Web Hangout.

The Brooklyn Public Library calls the ENY site a "loving tribute to two Brooklyn housing projects by a group of former residents, complete with dozens of pictures from the past and present."

Gotham Center for New York City History, created by the Graduate Center, the City University of New York, says the ENY site is "devoted to remembering life in the 1960s in East New York projects."

Gotham Gazette, an Internet site devoted to New York City news, politics, and policy and produced by the Citizens Union Foundation and funded by Charles H. Revson Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Rockefeller Foundation, the J.M. Kaplan Fund, and the New York Times Foundation, says the ENY Projects Web Hangout is an "interesting site trying to recreate a community 45 years gone."

The New York Times covered the ENY Projects Web Hangout in the paper's metro section, in an article entitled Life as it Was in the Projects in October, 1998.

Other sites of interest to former ENY'ers include:

Going Home Again from

ENY Graffiti

Pink Houses Website

Glenwood Projects Website

Street Games. Yes, we played these!

The Chicago Housing Authority and the American Dream

1964 World's Fair

Neighborhoods of Brooklyn: Book by a Yale historian includes a chapter on ENY

Ellis Island Search Engine: Your Family is Listed Here