Hudson River Park
The historic Steamship Lilac offshore from TriBeCa will soon be host to a floating library.
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Commuting into New York City is more than just a commute –it’s a lifestyle. But with all the congestion and traffic, we sometimes forget the beautiful scenic views we come across as we head into NYC.
Park safety is underfunded, and the way Parks Enforcement Patrol officers are deployed is in dire need of reform, they argue.
Jonathan Stewart, 26, pleaded guilty to rape and criminal sexual act Monday and was expected to be sentenced on Sept. 30. The convicted sex offender faces more than 30 years behind bars.
The Pier 25 Children’s Playground at Hudson River Park reopened Saturday, for the first time since Superstorm Sandy.
Jonathan Stewart was indicted Tuesday on predatory sexual assault, rape and other charges.
New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio is calling on the NYPD to provide data on crime in parks, in order to help prevent another sexual assault.
It hasn’t been a safe summer for women across the city.
A 21-year-old woman said she was sitting on a bench when a man approached her. She told police that he hit her in the face, attempted to strangle her and then dragged her into the bushes where she was sexually assaulted.
Best Friends Animal Society’s 3rd Annual Strut Your Mutt is coming to New York City later this month — giving New Yorkers a chance to help homeless animals in the Tri-State area.
The roughly two mile-stretch of Hudson River Park between Grand Street in Tribeca and West 29th in Chelsea offers tremendous views of the New Jersey shoreline, the Manhattan skyline and Lady Liberty herself, along with eight fascinating works of art.
Mini though these mini golf courses may be, they’re huge fun for New York families. Get the family out to enjoy spring’s green on the greens at the best mini golf options in the city.
Some New York city residents are furious about the Big Apple’s new smoking ban in public parks. Their anger, however, is not because they’re smokers – it’s because they’re not, and they’re worried that exceptions to the ban may make their neighborhood park a smoker’s paradise.