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The brownstone at 28 E. 20th St., which dates back to 1923, will get a yearlong renovation.

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Liberty Island was closed last year after Hurricane Sandy damaged the island's facilities, officials say.

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National Park Service removed all artifacts from two galleries in the museum to make way for renovation.

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The pipeline will run beneath the Rockaways, Jamaica Bay and Floyd Bennett Field.

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Three artists participated in the first-ever artist residency on Ellis Island this summer.

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The sailboat turned over near Liberty Island just before noon.

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Statue Cruises offers a special Thursday night trip to the Statue of Liberty.

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The historic African Burial Ground at Duane and Elk streets is closing for repairs on July 18.

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Castle Williams will reopen to the public after $6.1 million in renovations.

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Occupy Wall Street protesters moved onto the steps of the memorial after being pushed off Wall Street.

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Liberty Island will host its first-ever artist-residency program in July 2012.

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Frequent helicopter flights over Governors Island disturb visitors, the park superintendent said.

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After a six-month closure prompted by safety code violations, the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site on East 20th Street will reopen next week.

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The Statue of Liberty was dedicated 125 years ago, on Oct. 28, 1886. To celebrate, 125 immigrants took their citizenship oath there on Friday before the base closes for a year of renovations.

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The 24-hour webcams in the Statue of Liberty's torch will go live Oct. 28, 2011.