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Brighton Beach »

Teen Shot While Thwarting Attempted Robbery Brighton Beach High School

The victim, 17, tried to break up a robbery in a park near Williams E. Grady H.S. in Brighton Beach.

Greenpoint »

McCarren Park Pool's Recent History Captured in New Photo Exhibit

The photos will be displayed shortly before the pool's reopening on June 28.

South Street Seaport »

New $2.1M Pearl Street Playground Opens Downtown

Pearl Street Playground reopened on June 1 after $2.1 million in improvements.

Park Slope »

Parking Watchdog Issues Citizen Citations

Drivers in Park Slope have started finding notes under their windshields.

Williamsburg »

Cooper Park Barbecue Grills Bring Neighbors to a Boil

Neighbors are protesting the barbecues that the Parks Department began installing this week.

Williamsburg »

Park Barbecue Spat Heats Up

Williamsburg residents are warring over barbecues in Cooper Park.

East Village & Lower East Side »

'Low Line' Exhibit Aims to Shed Light on LES Underground Park Project

The exhibit will be on display at the Mark Miller Gallery on the Lower East Side through April.

Crown Heights & Prospect Heights »

Two Shot Near St. John's Park in Crown Heights

Two men were shot near St. John's Park in Crown Heights on March 20, 2012.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Delancey Underground's 'Low Line' Raises More Than $124K on Kickstarter

Delancey Underground raised more than $124,000 in less than two weeks.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Union Square Park Sign Redesign Plan Panned as 'Too Midtown' by Board

A plan to redesign the signs in Union Square Park was rejected by residents for looking "too Midtown."

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Pinball Wizards Flip for WaHi Tournament

Some 200 people competed in the inaugural WaHi Pinball Open at Le Cheile on Dec. 3 and 4, 2011.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Chelsea Kids Imagine Big Things for 20th Street Park Site

Chelsea youngsters designed their fantasy park for a vacant lot at 136 West 20th St. Sunday. 

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

High Line Tour Offers Glimpse of Closed Section

New Yorkers were given a tour of the still-closed future section of the High Line park as part of Open House New York on Oct. 16, 2011.

Downtown »

Occupy Wall Street Puts Spotlight on Privately Owned Public Spaces

Privately owned public spaces, or POPs, are under the spotlight, thanks to the Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Weekend Sun Gives Way to Cloudy Labor Day

Forecasters say that a sunny weekend will give way to clouds, and possibly rain for Labor Day on Monday.