Madison Square Park
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On Veterans Day, Americans across the nation are honoring the sacrifices and service of the nation’s armed forces with parades, wreath-laying ceremonies and other events.
One of the city’s most meaningful landmarks got a cleaning on Saturday, ahead of a landmark anniversary.
The vehicle caught fire around 11 a.m. at Fifth Avenue near 23rd Street near Madison Square Park.
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The Stanley Cup was on display Tuesday at Madison Square Park, as the Rangers and Islanders both enter the playoffs.
The country’s top pitmasters made their way to Mid Town on Saturday and Sunday for the 10th Annual BBQ Block Party in Madison Square Park.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who hopes to succeed Bloomberg, said she’s dead set against the sugary drink ban because it’s “punitive,” and she’ll undo it if she wins.
Moira Ann Smith was one of 23 NYPD officers killed on September 11th. She evacuated hundreds of people out of Tower Two on that fateful day.
Large enough for two wheelchairs and several passengers, the MV-1 got a big thumbs up from Ronnie Ramond with the Taxis For All Campaign.
Just a few of the events for the whole family going on in the city this autumn.
It wasn’t just another typical sunny Saturday in the park as hundreds of tennis fans gathered around a giant screen at Madison Square Park to watch the US Open Men’s Singles Semifinals match between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.
Madison Square Park will be on fire this weekend—and it has nothing to do with the rising temperatures.
A giant sculpture of a girl’s head by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa has landed in New York City’s Madison Square Park.
Thousands of marchers paraded up Fifth Avenue today honoring those serving in the armed forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as those who wore the uniform during conflicts including World War II, Korea and Vietnam.