Gina Argento Is Helping Bushwick and Brooklyn Stay Clean

Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, encourages everyone to take part in keeping Brooklyn clean.

Gina is working in collaboration with the organization Ujima Community Working Together (UCWT) to remove graffiti from local community buildings. UCWT's graffiti removal initiative is an important part of cleaning unwanted and illegal vandalism on Bushwick resident buildings and businesses. The initiative partners local students and volunteers, including the 83rd Precinct, to team up and remove graffiti together.

As a financial contributor, Gina seeks to aid UCWT and the Bushwick community in this initiative. Join Gina in her efforts to combat graffiti in Brooklyn and Bushwick!

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Broadway Stages President Gina Argento Celebrates Christmas With the 94th Precinct in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

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This past holiday season, Broadway Stages and the 94th Precinct Community Council celebrated Christmas with children and families from North Brooklyn at the Broadway Stages Meserole Avenue soundstage. The successful holiday event was complete with a Christmas-themed party, a complimentary buffet, and a personal visit from Santa Claus.

Children were eager to open the beautifully wrapped gifts donated by Broadway Stages President Gina Argento and founder Tony Argento. Tony, on behalf of Broadway Stages, said, "This is one positive thing for the community." As a mother of three sons, Gina could not have been more excited to provide toys for Brooklyn children and a day of fun for families to experience together. Gina, Tony, and the Broadway Stages family are always excited to spread the holiday cheer and give back to Brooklyn. Thank you to the 94th Precinct Community Council for giving us this opportunity to bring cheer to Brooklyn children and families.

Blue Bloods, CBS, and Broadway Stages Donate $25,000 to the Families of Slain NYPD Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu

This past Wednesday, Jane Raab produced our most moving scene of the season. At the offices of the Detectives' Endowment Association in Manhattan, Donnie Wahlberg and Will Estes awarded a check for $25,000 from "Blue Bloods," CBS, and Tony Argento to the families of slain NYPD officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu. With Detective Jim Nuciforo ably handling the logistics and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton graciously presiding, it was a memorable moment where our fictional world intersected in solidarity with their tragically real one. Thank you to the Detectives' Endowment Association and the NY Police Department for keeping us safe.

Broadway Stages Co-Sponsors National Night Out 2014

Broadway Stages, CBS's "The Good Wife" (filmed at Broadway Stages), and Greenpoint YMCA sponsored the Night Out Against Crime, an event celebrating and promoting safer neighborhoods. In Greenpoint, the 94th Precinct discussed ways to prevent crime and highlight neighborhood watch groups and other crimefighting efforts. Thank you to Betty Hulson and the crew of the 94th Precinct Community Council for putting together another amazing event full of food, rides, and music.