Upper East Side »

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

Williamsburg »

The all-women swim caters to the neighborhood's Hasidic Jewish population. 

Upper East Side »

The sculpture will replace "Two Orchids" at the Doris C. Freedman Plaza in September.

South Beach »

The Parks Department kicked off beach season with ceremonies.

Prospect Heights »

The 3-month-old pup is now on view with his mom at the zoo's Discovery Trail exhibit.

Park Slope »

Wolf down 5-cent hot dogs, skate the night away and snuggle with kitties this weekend in Brooklyn.

Long Island City »

There's no need to leave the borough this weekend.

Upper East Side »

Catch an all-female Shakespeare play, buy art in Washington Square or do a kayaking tour of the Hudson.

Battery Park City »

The events will include free tours, memorials, concerts and street parties.  

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Eric Adams is pushing the DOT to study a traffic-calming infrastructure for Flatbush Avenue.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Park was one of eight in the city to receive funding from the Parks Without Borders program.

Upper East Side »

Artist Paolo Pettigiani used infrared film to transform Central Park.

Old Town »

What to do, where to grill, how to enjoy Manhattanhenge and Fleet Week and much more.

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