What do you do with your pet when you have to leave town? Typically, the options are board it or perhaps have a friend or neighbor take care of it. A new service hopes to expand the alternatives.
Sure, Central Park and Riverside and the path along the East River downtown are great scenic spots for runners, but not everyone lives in Manhattan. The rest of the city’s runners need only check out these great options for runners with some of the finest scenery New York has to offer.
Here are our suggestions for some of the best outdoor activities in New York City. Now go on, get out there.
The annual event would have been held on Saturday, Feb. 4 in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. It allows New Yorkers a chance to try out winter sports for free.
The men and women in blue and some others undercover will be out in full force this Saturday night in and around Times Square.
Cops say they’re ticketing bikers who exceed the park’s 25 mile per hour speed limit. The move comes after a few pedestrians were reportedly run over by bicyclists who were going too fast.
“Whenever he moves, he’s crying and whining, sometimes I don’t sleep at night because he’s crying all night,” said Kasia Bednarska, Tali’s owner.
His breed is built for speed, but Tali the Italian Greyhound won’t be moving fast anytime soon.
Whether you’re looking to explore a new part of New York City, find a way to spice up your exercise routine or just enjoy a change of scenery – running is a habit that will serve you well, and NYC is a great place to do it.
Activists say the Parks Department is ignoring the “immediate danger” of giant, rotted out trees that surround the lake at Prospect Park.
According to parkgoers, the possibly homeless group of hunters first catch small animals, like a pigeon, and then roast their kill over an open fire.
The pianos will be out for those who can play a little and those who can really play.
Brooklyn residents say part of Prospect Park’s landscape has become a landfill.
Members of the police union marched to City Hall screaming “911, Who ya gonna call!” as they protested the layoffs of 125 police officers in Paterson on Monday.
125 Paterson cops are handing in their badges and guns. That’s a quarter of the police force being laid off.