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Upper East Side »

The Upper East Side is chock full of homes but lacks green space.

Fort Greene »

Ten local artists will receive $10,000 each in the project's first year to create original works of art.

Brooklyn Heights »

The city's Parks Department released a request for proposals for a new concession stand operator Monday.

Inwood »

Check out these five fun tips for adventures all over the city.

Woodside »

The park on Broadway and 65th Street will get its first renovation in 20 years, officials said Monday. 

Brooklyn Heights »

Asters and goldenrods are now in bloom and will reach their peak in October.

Midtown South »

Give us your huddled masses yearning to breathe free — and complain — because we know this season sucks.

Williamsburg »

Two of the last remaining crabapple trees blew over Monday during a storm.

Upper East Side »

Two of the board's committees don't agree on which should oversee talks about an East 81st Street ramp.

Crown Heights »

As the summer heat sets in, find a sprinkler, pool or air-conditioned room near you.

Central Harlem »

Give your kids something fun to check out with these free events happening all summer long.

Fort Greene »

A mosaic with residents' drawings will go just south of the Prison Ship Martyr's Monument this fall. 

Midtown »

Don't want to shell out cash for a stretch? Give these classes a try. 

Fort Greene »

Bike and park access, trees, and sidewalk cafes make your 'hood more summer friendly. Dog poop does not.

Upper East Side »

A number of parks are opening their lawns to the public for the summer.