Upper East Side »

Parents and Kids Take Part in Upper East Side Snowman Contest

Non-profit Asphalt Green organized the event at their facility on East 90th Street, Jan. 28, 2015. 

East Elmhurst »

LIRR Should Run 24/7 to Willets Point for Proposed AirTrain, Pol Says

The increase of service will help ease congestion in neighborhoods around LaGuardia Airport.

Long Island City »

Your Art Can Be Displayed in Court Square Park in $10K Contest

The Parks Department will accept proposals for the Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award until March 22.

Sunset Park »

Sunset Park Playground to Close for Year-Long Reconstruction

Access to the children's playground will be cut for more than a year during construction.

Central Harlem »

More Than 1,500 People Sign Petitions to Save Harlem's Community Gardens

The petition asks Mayor Bill de Blasio not to tear down the gardens to build affordable housing.

Upper West Side »

Snow-Lovers Use Sleds, Skis and Trash Bags for Central Park Fun

The park was full of people enjoying a day off from work and school and the fresh snow.

Rockaway Beach »

PHOTOS: Surfers Trek Through Snow to Ride Storm Waves in Rockaway Beach

The nor'easter didn't bring as much snow as expected but waves were between 5 and 7 feet high.

Prospect Heights »

Rebuilt Children's Garden to Open at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in June

An acre of flora from the New York area will be on display at the new Discovery Garden.

Chelsea »

High Line Co-Founder Steps Down as President

Joshua David, co-founder of the High Line, wrote in an email Monday that he would leave his post.

Union Square »

8 Things to Do This Weekend in New York City

Hit the snow in Central Park and check out the Morgan’s new exhibition, "Lincoln Speaks."

Battery Park City »

Brookfield Properties Wins Control of Downtown Marina After Heated Meeting

Longtime operator Michael Fortenbaugh was forced out of Battery Park City's North Cove Marina.

Flatiron »

Corporate Ads Take Up Too Much Space in Public Plazas, Residents Say

They also don't appear to make much money for the city, officials say.

Gowanus »

Parks Department Wants Community Input on Little-Known Gowanus Playground

Officials are asking what locals want to see at Ennis Playground at 11th Street and Second Avenue.

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