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Brooklyn Students Want to Teach You About New York's Waterways This Week

More than 70 middle school students spent the summer learning about protecting the city's harbor.

Upper West Side »

Tavern on the Green Opens After $28M Restoration

The legendary restaurant has been completely overhauled, but retains an old school feel.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Nonprofit Seeks Donations to Restore Historic Tanker's Kitchen

PortSide NewYork needs donations to renovate the galley of the Mary A. Whalen oil tanker.

Clinton Hill »

Church Uses Kickstarter to Raise Renovation Cash for Tiffany Windows

Brown Memorial in Clinton Hill is hoping to raise $50,000 to restore their 1891 stained glass windows.

Washington Heights »

Morris-Jumel Mansion Hosts Post-Halloween Sleepover and Paranormal Show

The Morris-Jumel Mansion is hosting spooky events for $40,000 for a complete restoration.

Prospect Heights »

Brooklyn Public Library Revives Original 1941 Doors in Historic Restoration

Brooklyn Public Library's Central Branch unveiled a $250,000 replica of its original entrance Thursday.

Central Harlem »

Harlem's Historic Fire Watchtower to Get $4 Million Makeover

Plans are in the works to turn the Marcus Garvey Park landmark into a wi-fi hotspot.

New York City »

Loew's Kings Theatre Set to Return to Former Glory After Decades of Decay

The historic Flatbush theater is getting a $94 million renovation.

New York City »

Restored MTA Bus Routes to Hit the Streets Sunday

More than a dozen city bus lines that were cut in 2010 will resume service Jan. 6, 2013.

New York City »

Downtown Could Stay Dark Through Saturday, ConEd Warns

ConEd began restoring power in the city, but it will take a few more days to turn the lights back on.

Inwood »

The Birdman of Inwood Restores North Cove

Much of the Inwood wetlands recovery started with one determined man.

Olinville »

Volunteers Battle Invasive Plants in the Bronx River Forest

The Japanese knotweed must be destroyed to protect land along the Bronx River.

Upper East Side »

Duped 'Friends' Fans Flock to Fountain Which Has Nothing to Do With Show

Tour guides wrongly claim that the "Friends" TV intro was shot at Central Park's Cherry Hill.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Central Park Conservancy to Revamp Playgrounds

The Central Park Conservancy has developed a long-term plan that will knit its 21 playgrounds together as a “vast system, rather than fragmented resources.”

Harlem »

Restored Home of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton to Re-Open Saturday

Five years after Alexander Hamilton's former home was closed so that it could be moved to a new location, it opens to the public with a $14.5 million historically accurate renovation.