The Mah Jongg Marathon on Dec. 7 raises funds for the museum.
The landmarked, 128-year-old pier at Lower Manhattan's tip has reopened, after years of delays.
Shakespeare Downtown will launch with free outdoor performances of "Romeo and Juliet" in May 2015.
The Battery Urban Farm will honor Zelda the turkey, who was killed in a car crash late last month.
The beloved Battery Park turkey is thought to have been run over by a car.
International teams will compete in a regatta near the Statue of Liberty from Friday through Sunday.
The whimsical SeaGlass carousel was originally supposed to open in the spring of 2013.
Visitors to the Battery Urban Farm will be able to hand-pick their own harvest in July and August.
The iconic sculpture, which was pulled from the wreckage of the WTC, has a new home in Battery Park.
Zelda, Battery Park's resident turkey, hid out under a picnic table on Thanksgiving.
Five designers are vying for the chance to have their seat picked for a new section of the park.
A Brooklyn man was attacked across from 17 State St., police said.
A 49-year-old man was struck on State Street by a 23-year-old man.
Zelda the turkey was spotted back in Battery Park after a few weeks away in Battery Park City.
About 6,000 bees make their home in Battery Park's hives, which were rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy.
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