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Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Nude Sculpture to Have Hundreds of Feathered Admirers in Filthy Park

Pigeons run amok at the tiny Tramway Plaza on East 59th Street and Second Avenue that's about to get a big nude sculpture.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

High Line Closing Early on 4th of July

The High Line will close at 6 p.m. on the 4th of July, because of large crowds expected for fireworks on the Hudson.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Woman Raped and Robbed in Lower East Side Park, Cops Say

A 41-year-old woman was attacked in Sara D. Roosevelt Park last Thursday. Yeison Riano, 31, was charged.

Manhattan »

Bryant Park Beer and Wine Service Nixed

A last-minute erosion of support among Bryant Park's partners means no wine or beer for moviegoers, officials said.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Bette Midler Honored for Work on Upper Manhattan's Parks

Bette Midler was awarded for her work restoring upper Manhattan's parks by the Fort Tryon Park Trust.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Community Board Fights for Public Park at 52nd Street

A Midtown Community Board said that developers failed to keep their end of the bargain at a W. 52nd St. public space.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Three Sex Attacks in Upper Manhattan Over the Weekend

Cops are hunting for three sexual predators wanted for a string of attacks within hours in Washington Heights and Inwood.

Manhattan »

Manhattan's Coolest Pools for Summer

From swank rooftop refuges to free public pools for the whole family, these swim spots have something for every budget.

Manhattan »

Wine and Beer to Be Served in Bryant Park on Movie Nights

The plan will legalize the sale of wine and beer on movie nights in the park.

Manhattan »

Volunteers Go to Work on New Park in East Harlem

Hundreds of volunteers pitched in Thursday to build a new park at the 103rd St. Community Garden.

Downtown »

Imagination Playground Extends Hours for Spring

Parents were angry when the new $4.5 million playground closed for much of the winter.

Manhattan »

Historic Bath House is Midtown's Newest Landmark

The pillared building now serves as a recreation center.

Harlem »

Volunteers Build Playground and Garden in East Harlem

Volunteers can still sign up to build a kid-designed playground and community garden on 103rd Street.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Lower East Siders Pitch Plan for Redesign of Gulick Park

Lower East Side volunteers participated in a community-driven design session to help guide Gulick Park's renovation.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Domino Tables Included in Alphabet City Park Renovation

The Parks Department unveiled its redesign plans this week for Dry Dock Park in the East Village.

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