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Eco-Friendly Fashions Make Green the New Black

Eleven eco-friendly designers put their fashions on the catwalk at High Bridge Park on Sept. 25, 2011.

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Shake Shack Still Crowded As Parks Reopen After the Storm

Most parks across Manhattan reopened Monday following Hurricane Irene.

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Rogue Farm Ripped Up Because Gardener Broke Rules, Says Parks Dept.

The Parks Department had initially said the vegetable patch was ripped up because of health concerns.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Urban Forager Chides Parks Dept. for Tearing Down Rogue Garden

Urban forager Steve Brill finds free, fresh produce in public parks, and said the Parks Dept. has a history of harassing farmers.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Parks Dept. Uproots Rogue Farm in Washington Heights Park

An illegal farm in High Bridge Park was uprooted by the Parks Department on Friday due to safety concerns.

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Rogue Farmer Tends Secret Plot in Washington Heights Park

The Parks Department plans to remove the farm from inside High Bridge Park for fear food could be contaminated.

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Uptown Swimmers to Get New Pool Pavilion

The city landmarks commission approved a plan to build a temporary pool pavilion at the High Bridge Recreation Center.

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