Governors Island

Building 877, aka the Cunningham Apartments. (credit: The Trust for Governors Island)

City Plans To Demolish 11-Story Building On Governors Island

The controlled implosion at 7:36 a.m. Sunday may be visible in parts of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island and New Jersey, officials said.


Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys plays the Catalpa Festival. (Credit: Maria Ives)

The Black Keys Headline Catalpa Day 1; Is It New York’s New Annual Festival?

Ultimately, festivals are about the music. And Day 1 was headlined by The Black Keys, one of the biggest breakout rock bands of the past five years.


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Thousands Take To Governors Island, Liberty State Park For City Of Water Day Festival

25,000 people were expected to attend the 5th Annual City of Water Day Festival throughout Saturday, according to spokesperson Roland Lewis.


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FDNY Conducting ‘Live Burn’ Experiment To Develop New Tactics To Fight Fires

On Tuesday, members of the Fire Department of New York responded to a roaring blaze that they themselves started, as part of a national research project into how to battle fires more effectively.


The Delancey's famous roofdeck is a great escape.

The 6 Best Outdoor Bars In New York

When the sun is shining and you want nothing more than a cold drink on a warm day, these are the haunts to hit up.


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Workers Discover Cannonball At Governors Island Renovation Site

Workers were digging in the water and the cannonball, believed to be from the Civil War time period, was found in dirt that was scooped up by their backhoe, officials said.


Lower, Lower Manhattan

Plan: Extend Manhattan To Governors Island, With Help From Army Corps Of Engineers

We have SoHo and NoHo. Now there’s talk of “LoLo.” It’s the new neighborhood that would be developed along the southern tip of Manhattan.


New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks at City Hall - New York, NY - Jul 19, 2011 (credit: Edward Reed / Mayor's Office)

New York City Challenges Silicon Valley On High Tech Front

Silicon Valley might be the high tech capital of the world, but New York wants to change that.


An East River Ferry boat is seen arriving at Greenpoint - Brooklyn, NY - Jun 30, 2011 (credit: Mike Xirinachs / WCBS 880)

East River Ferry Ridership Strong After Initial Free Period

After two weeks of free rides, East River Ferry officials say their new service from Brooklyn and Queens to Manhattan continues to exceed expectations.


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Governors Island Travel Guide: New York Harbor’s Weekend Gem

Governors Island is “hidden” weekend destination in New York Harbor sitting in plain view from both Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn.


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Figment NYC Brings Interactive Art To Governor’s Island

After making stops in Jackson and Boston, the Figment Project is coming to New York this weekend to transform Governor’s Island into a large-scale, collaborative art project for one weekend only.


The NY Waterway ferry "Thomas Jefferson" departs the Port Imperial ferry terminal - Weehawken, NJ - Sep 25, 2009 (credit: Evan Bindelglass / WCBS 880)

NY Waterway Bringing New Ferry Service To East River

A new commuting option is coming for anyone tired of the East River bridges, tunnels, and subways.


Visitors at Governor Island in New York City. (Photo by Daniel Barry/Getty Images)

A Vacation In The City: Lots To See And Do On Governors Island

If you decided to stay in town this holiday weekend but looking for an escape, Governors Island is open and officials say they expect a half million visitors there this summer.



Governors Island Opens For The 2011 Season

If you’re not a fan of the beach and are looking for a different waterfront experience then you’re in luck.


This calico cat somehow washed ashore Governors Island in April, 2011. (credit:

Stray Cat Washes Up On To Governors Island

According to the Governors Island Blog, the cat may have caught a ride on some flotsam after being swept into a river during the recent floods in New Jersey.