Washington Square Park
More than 100 cities around the world, including New York City, took part in the 7th annual International Pillow Fight Day.
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Demonstrators gathered in Washington Square Park for a 2 p.m. march to One Police Plaza outside the NYPD headquarters.
A snake was spotted slithering around Washington Square Park Sunday, but police got the situation under control.
In celebration of International Pillow Fight Day hundreds of participants gathered in Washington Square Park for a feathery face-off.
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Hot dog vendors will likely soon be forced out of the iconic Washington Square Park, and the owners believe it is all because of a group of wealthy neighbors.
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Aaron Greene pleaded guilty and will get a seven-year prison sentence for possession of explosives that were found in the Greenwich Village apartment he shared with girlfriend Morgan Gliedman.
Advocates of marijuana legalization rallied in Washington Square Park this weekend, for what they called a “massive action of civil disobedience.”
One woman says this was something she always wanted to do when she was a kid, making it even more fun to do as an adult.
The demonstration comes as the U.S. Supreme Court will rule on two cases this week.
A proposal is moving ahead to create a historic district in the South Village, in conjunction with a proposed rezoning plan for neighboring Hudson Square.
Students at Cooper Union this weekend continued to fight against a move from a free education to a tuition-based model with a march from Washington Square Park to the school’s East Village campus.