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.
The 5-day festival organized by Seeger's grandson will pay tribute to the musician, who died in January.
From karaoke to bocce, there's a non-professional team you can join this summer.
Downtown Boathouse is opening its free kayaking program just in time for July 4th.
Large-scale photos of dancers on historic ships are on display at the Steamship Lilac, at Pier 25.
The concert series runs throughout the summer at the pier at West 55th Street.
There are plenty of opportunities to catch free movies, mostly under the stars, this summer.
The deal between the state and the Hudson River Park Trust has angered local elected officials.
The rush-hour service will run from Pier 84 to Brookfield Place.
The Friends of Hudson River Park is auctioning off outings with celebrities to fundraise for the park.
The two bars will open on Pier 78 at West 38th Street this summer, according to documents.
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