For round three of our neighborhood emoji quiz, we're headed to the beach.
A number of parks are opening their lawns to the public for the summer.
The all-women swim caters to the neighborhood's Hasidic Jewish population.
The sculpture will replace "Two Orchids" at the Doris C. Freedman Plaza in September.
The Parks Department kicked off beach season with ceremonies.
The 3-month-old pup is now on view with his mom at the zoo's Discovery Trail exhibit.
Wolf down 5-cent hot dogs, skate the night away and snuggle with kitties this weekend in Brooklyn.
There's no need to leave the borough this weekend.
Catch an all-female Shakespeare play, buy art in Washington Square or do a kayaking tour of the Hudson.
The events will include free tours, memorials, concerts and street parties.
Eric Adams is pushing the DOT to study a traffic-calming infrastructure for Flatbush Avenue.
Fort Greene Park was one of eight in the city to receive funding from the Parks Without Borders program.
Artist Paolo Pettigiani used infrared film to transform Central Park.
What to do, where to grill, how to enjoy Manhattanhenge and Fleet Week and much more.
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