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South Beach »

A pilot program will put 100 dispensers with SPF 30 sunscreen at beaches across the city.

Upper East Side »

Find the best spots to see whales, bald eagles, owls, opossums, foxes, salamanders and piping plovers.

Upper East Side »

Community members were upset that the private tennis bubble operator charged pricey rates for access.

Williamsburg »

Defenders of the controversial all-women swim at the Metropolitan Pool want eight hours restored.

Upper West Side »

Cary Goodman has spearheaded efforts to oppose AMNH's expansion, and is now running for city council.

Corona »

The proposals were from AEG, Founders Entertainment and the Madison Square Garden Company.

Astoria »

The project is the first major renovation the park has seen in more than two decades, officials said.

West Brighton »

The project will add new basketball courts, fitness areas and playground equipment.

Upper East Side »

Five decaying boat landings were rebuilt to match their original designs this past year.

Upper East Side »

Sutton East Tennis' lease on the park land ends in August next year.

Astoria »

"The Cubes" will be the park's first permanent building and is slated to open in 2018.

Corona »

The park now has a volleyball court, new plants and benches, and more. 

Chelsea »

A total of $127,000 went toward court renovations at Chelsea Park and at Coffey Park in Red Hook.

Mott Haven »

One park in each borough will receive $30 million for improvements such as new hiking trails.

Union Square »

The nude sculpture of the presidential hopeful was removed by city workers hours after it appeared.