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Madison Square Park Conservancy

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The giant head may be gone, but public art in Madison Square Park is alive and well, with a new sculpture series unveiled on Sept. 22, 2011.

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Madison Square Park and other city parks are taking part in a park popularity contest in the hopes of winning a $100,000 grant. But so far, a North Dakota park, which recently suffered a flood, is in the lead.

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Despite concerns about noise and damage to the park, most neighbors said the event was a success.

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Many parks and plazas advertise free WiFi, but which ones actually work?

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The 44-foot-tall sculpture officially opened Thursday.

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The board committees are still smarting from accusations of racism after they rejected ethnic parades from the area.

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The new plan comes after strong opposition to the old fall market from Community Board 5.

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The Madison Square Park Conservancy will be presenting a revised plan for the market at a meeting Monday evening.

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A committee of Community Board 5 voted Thursday to boot the popular grilling event from Madison Square Park.

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Madison Square Market organizers are revising their plans for this year's event after a committee voted against it.

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Community Board 5 members gripe that the market feels like an ordinary street fair.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The eternal flame, which honors soldiers who died in World War 1, has been damaged for more than a year.