Throwback Thursday: A Fresh Dip in Central Park

Way back in the day, people would take a dip on a hot day in the swimmin' holes in Central Park. This photo from the M … Read the rest of this entry >>

72nd Street Dog Run Closed Because of Nearby Construction

A dog run below the highway in Riverside Park will be closed for several weeks as the city completes a construction project ne … Read the rest of this entry >>

Photos: Spring is Bursting, From Parks to Pharmacies to Subway Stations

Spring is on full display throughout the neighborhood, and we've been getting some nice shots of the se … Read the rest of this entry >>

Summerstage Gets an Update; Check Out the 2019 Concert Lineup

Summerstage, the concert venue inside Central Park near East 71st Street, underwent major renovations and will reopen soon with lots of new ameni … Read the rest of this entry >>

Longing for Blossoms? Head to the Crab Apple Grove

Like fluttering butterflies descending en masse, the Crab Apple Grove in Riverside Park is boasting floating clouds of … Read the rest of this entry >>

Appeals Court Dismisses Challenge to Museum’s New Educational Center, Clearing Way for Construction

A state appeals court dismissed an appeal on Thursday by opponents of the Museum of Natural History's new educational c … Read the rest of this entry >>

Green Thumbs Work on Verdi Square Renaissance

Upper West Siders who live in the West 70s know that when the snow melts on the Ansonia it’s time to plant the crops. And wit … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Bird Bulletin: eBird, D-Bird, and How You Can Become a Community Scientist

In January, birders around the globe shared their final contributions to the world’s longest-running wildlife census: the A … Read the rest of this entry >>

Magnificent Old Tree to Come Down in Theodore Roosevelt Park

A towering, century-old American elm tree, standing inside Theodore Roosevelt Park at 80th Street and Columbus Avenue, will be taken down on Thursday, April … Read the rest of this entry >>

200 Amsterdam Now Being Built at Developer’s ‘Peril’; Illegal Stories Could Have to Come Down

Straining her voice to be heard over the clamor of construction, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer delivered the lead-off message to a crowd of about 50 p … Read the rest of this entry >>

Tulip-Fest Returns This Month With 13,000 Beauties

The West Side Community Garden is hosting its popular annual Tulip Festival on two weekends this month, and it's a can't-miss experi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Politicians Urge Construction Halt at 200 Amsterdam As Legal Ruling Remains Up in the Air; Rally Planned for Tuesday

On Tuesday, April 9th, at 11:15 am, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, City Council Member Helen Rosenthal and community advocates will … Read the rest of this entry >>

Historic Riverside Park Monument Now a Fenced-Off ‘Hazard,’ and It’s Not Clear When it Will Reopen

Riverside Park’s Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, the ornate circular structure and plaza at 89th Street and Riverside Drive, commemo … Read the rest of this entry >>

UWS Neighborhood Naturalists See the Wild Side of the West Side; Join Them

Woodcocks, coyotes, snow scorpionflies, and Adriaen van der Donck were but a few of the bold-faced names mentioned at a recent gathering of the Upper West Side Neighborhood Natura … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Answer Column: It’s Been Closed for Two Years, So Why Is Artie’s Still Clogging Our Arteries?

New York City sidewalks can feel like an obstacle course, especially when the weather warms and sidewalk cafes appear. It’s one thing to have your path obstr … Read the rest of this entry >>

Unauthorized Toe Sculpture Remains, And Has Now Received a Pedicure

The Parks Department had vowed on Monday to dispose of the rogue toe-like sculpture that someone recently placed in Riverside Park. But as of Tuesday at 6 p.m., it was still … Read the rest of this entry >>

Coyote Spotted in Central Park; What to Do if You See One

A coyote was climbing around in Central Park over the weekend, according to a woman who snapped a shot of the animal while she was … Read the rest of this entry >>

City Will Dispose of Rogue Toe-Like Sculpture Found in Riverside Park

Stones that appear to have been sculpted in the shape of a toe, or perhaps a finger, were found on "a hidden patch of a stairway" in Riverside Park this wee … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Camp Connection & The Teen Connection – A FREE Source for Sleepaway Summer Programs for Children and Teens

SPONSORED: Thinking about your child’s summer but not sure where to start? The Camp Connection & The Teen Connection helps parents find sleepaway s … Read the rest of this entry >>

Tipster Spots Coyote in Riverside Park

It's been a few years since a coyote was spotted in the neighborhood, but on Friday morning we got a tip from Jody Sherman s … Read the rest of this entry >>

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