Washington Square Park
Hundreds of kittens, puppies, cats and dogs were put up for adoption in the 3rd Annual Adoptapalooza in Washington Square Park on Saturday.
The parks department had been cracking down on musicians playing near monuments and park benches, but the ban has been lifted, and it’s music to the ears of those in Washington Square Park, WCBS 880′s Alex Silverman reported.
Not long from now in a park not that far away, New Yorkers will celebrate the epic science fiction saga “Star Wars” with a lightsaber battle.
New York (1010 WINS) Get ready to meet your new furry family member in Washington Square Park! 1010WINS’ Susan Richard reports: 1010WINS and Fresh 102.7 are the official radio stations for Adoptapalooza, presented by the […]
Saturday was International Pillow Fight Day, the event marked the 7th annual celebration in New York City.
Nearly 200 people arrested during Occupy Wall Street-related protests were in New York courtrooms hundreds of miles apart Wednesday, answering charges that stemmed from a march on the Brooklyn Bridge and a demonstration in a Rochester park.
A crowd of freeloaders decided to help themselves to food and clothing donated for the support of the demonstrators.
One video on YouTube appears to show officers using pepper spray on women who already were cordoned off; another shows officers handcuffing a man after pulling him up off the ground, blood trickling down his face.
Nearly seven miles of Manhattan streets, from Park Avenue at 72nd Street down to Washington Square Park all the way down to the Brooklyn Bridge, were shut down to traffic Saturday for this year’s first Summer Streets event.
About 100 people turned out for a Sunday afternoon rally to demand NYU withdraw its application to acquire public land for its planned expansion.
Some chess players said a woman was letting her two large dogs off the leash in areas of Washington Square Park where they’ve been viciously attacking squirrels.