With Pride festivities everyday, there's tons to do in Manhattan this weekend.
The City Club of New York is suing Hudson River Park Trust over Pier55.
Recently released renderings show Pier55's layout, plantings, pavings and seating.
Teams from companies like Goldman Sachs, Brookfield and Ogilvy raised $4,000 each to play in games.
Le Qube will house an interactive concert show from Montreal.
Apartments, schools, retail space and a waterfront park are in the works for the Village.
The Hudson River Park Trust unanimously approved the Pier55 park and performance space.
Manhattan Community Boathouse is raising $30,000 to replace the dock at Pier 96, which disappeared.
Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg's foundation will fund a new public park on the Hudson.
A secret meeting was held between the Manhattan Borough President and Atlas Capital.
A performance art installation with seven actresses lying on seven white beds is coming to Pier 45.
Two people had their wallets stolen hours apart while they played sports on Pier 25, police said.
Echo & the Bunnymen and Thievery Corporation are playing New York this week.
A pair of 19-year-old women stole a $26,000 watch from a man who brought them home, police said.
The new concert venue, which faces the Hudson, was designed to prevent sound from bothering New Yorkers.
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