News you can use to enjoy the best possible summer in NYC.
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Music, poetry and sailing are on offer this weekend.
Whalemina was in Rockaway for nearly two decades before being destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.
It's not just about baseball and tennis at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
Advocacy group Green Shores NYC is organizing the tour as part of its "Bridging the Creek" initiative.
The piece will be in the Crescent Street lot where a film and music fest will take place this summer.
The garden now includes a new modular casita and may get WiFi and solar panels in the future.
The decades-old boardwalk was made from valuable tropical hardwoods that have been repurposed.
Tickets for the October fundraiser at Skylight Modern cost $1,500 per person, or $25,000 per table.
The courts near Booker T. Washington M.S. have given way to homelessness and drug dealing, locals said.
The king snake was adopted by a couple who fell in love with the reptile at Lil Monsters animal shelter.
The proposed legislation could also help bring Citi Bike to Queens, according to a congressman.
Pier 4 could be partly closed to the public if the city strikes a deal with a private maritime company.
The park will host five free summer concerts.
Cocktails and art activities are just some of the things on offer this week.
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