A vintage phone booth is cropping up Long Island City to record your thoughts about public art.
A group of artists erected the sculpture Monday morning but the Parks Department later removed it.
"Borrowed Light" will be installed in May.
Cablevision and Time Warner Cable subscribers will get free access, while others can pay 99 cents.
Teens were caught climbing the towers by two Parks officers on patrol, a spokeswoman said.
The statue is the final addition to the Hellenic collection at Athens Square Park.
City council members are pushing for a bill to extend the city's beach and pool season.
Work will finally begin on Father Fagan Park, nearly four years after the City Council allocated funds.
The former park has been closed since 2009 because of the MTA's construction on the Culver Viaduct.
Supporters said a special district would help protect community gardens from development.
Leave it curbside, turn it into mulch or pay to have someone haul it away.
Local residents will be able to share their renovation ideas for Henry M. Jackson Playground.
The bronze medals were restored to the Captain Malcolm A. Rafferty monument at Rafferty Triangle.
Residents cannot access Cpl. Fischer Park., located on Nelson Avenue in Highbridge.
Officials hosted a ribbon-cutting event for Bush Terminal Park, which opened to the public last week.
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