The ship is part of the 500th anniversary of explorer Ponce de Leon’s landing and will be on display until August 22.
TV 10-55′s Alex Denis visited an ‘Imagination Station’ courtesy of ‘Pump It Up,’ which hosts adventure parties nationwide.
The crew has a two-minute piece that they will compete with, and they will do tricks in the routine as well.
Extreme Pogo athlete, James Roumeliotis, attempted to break the World Record of ‘Most Consecutive Jumps on a Pogo Stick’ for the charity Bounce To A Cure.
Owner and Chef John Greco of Philip Marie showed TV 10-55′s Alex Denis some creative recipes, including Cap’n Crunch Coated Mediterranean Sea Bass, at Philip Marie.
Singer and baker Alison Mahoney visited The Couch to share some tips on how to whip up some easy summer desserts.
TV 10-55′s Alex Denis visited the deck of the Circle Line. The sightseeing cruises overlook some of the most renowned landmarks of NYC, including the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center, Empire State Building and more.
The restaurant is honoring the 3rd Annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival — a one-day family-friendly food and music festival where patrons feast on spicy and succulent jerk fare, as well as enjoy a variety of music, cultural, culinary and entertainment.
Just in time for this week of intense heat, The Couch has found a new way to cool down. TV 10-55′s Alex Denis and the Mobile Couch visited the pop-up pool at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
A Harlem Park that was severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy is getting a much needed makeover. And it’s all thanks to a group of children and recycled products
The event brings innovative and exciting performances celebrating all puppetry genres. TV 10-55′s Alex Denis got a behind-the-scenes look at what the show has to offer.
The City Parks Foundation wants kids to have fun this summer — doing everything from performing arts to sports. TV 10-55′s Alex Denis and the Movile Couch visited Soundview Park in the Bronx, checking out the activities.
Think summer school isn’t supposed to be fun? Think again.
Getting around some parts of Brooklyn will be a lot harder starting this weekend and it’s only going to get worse.
About 40,000 people gathered to watch the annual hot dog eating extravaganza at Coney Island on Thursday. TV 10-55′s Alex Denis was there.