The Parks Department's plan to rebuild a playground may require tearing down a piece of art.
Work will finally begin on Father Fagan Park, nearly four years after the City Council allocated funds.
Bill Bylewski, who started the Friends of Gantry group, died last month after a battle with cancer.
A farm of shade-loving plants, like blueberries, ramps and blue oyster mushrooms, will grow in the park.
The park where greats such as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar got their start is set to get a makeover by the city.
Visual art is in focus this week, with The Armory Show, The Art Show and Volta NY all kicking off.
The Parks Department won't open a cafe because the Army Corps of Engineers is building a levee wall.
Revisit a classic Depeche Mode album, visit the New Museum's Triennial and explore Tom Wolfe's archives.
The forum will present ideas from a group working to fix the park.
The last park phase has run into funding issues that mean work on its design and planning has halted.
The next boathouse operator should consider more moderate prices, locals said.
The proposed amenities are part of the Parks Department's 20-year master plan for the green space.
New vendors will be announced "very soon."
Ric "Nature Boy" Flair, Bret "The Hit Man" Hart and Hacksaw Jim Duggan will head to the ring June 7.
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