New York City has plenty of beaches, sure, but it also has tons and tons of glorious pools, more than 30 in fact.
The day’s 95-degree heat had New Yorkers working out their coping strategies.
The city’s 55 outdoor public pools opened Friday.
As New York City prepares to close its outdoor public pools for the season, one statistic is making a bit of a splash: A jump in people caught swimming after-hours.
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.
The weather Saturday was perfect for a summer kickoff, and nearly eight months after Superstorm Sandy, this season has very special meaning.
An instructor at Adelphi University is working to end drowning tragedies by urging parents to get their children into the water at an early age.
Hot summer weather is great for so many activities, but presents a problem for one that you need to get through all the rest.
Swimmers know that low-cost and clean don’t always go together when it comes to public pools. So which pools in the city are the best price, and which offer the best hours and amenities for a bit higher price?
Get on your swim trunks, bikinis, and one-pieces. New York City’s public pools are open for the season!
Summer is almost over, but it is not too late to enjoy all things water related. Here’s a look at some of our favorite free beaches and pools in the city. BEACHES Rockaway Beach and […]