Thousands Dress Up, Travel To Governors Island For 'Diner En Blanc'There was a “white out” on Governor's Island Monday as thousands of people dressed to the nines for the 8th annual pop-up picnic called "Diner en Blanc."
Best Fall Food Festivals In NYAhh, fall in New York City. The weather is perfect, the pumpkin spiced lattes are flowing, and people are ready to nosh on their favorite foodie finds. Here are five food festivals not to miss this autumn in New York City. By Carly Petrone
Passengers Rescued From Tour Boat After Engine-Room Fire Near Governors IslandA fire broke out in the engine room of a sightseeing boat near Governors Island on Friday morning, prompting a dramatic rescue.
Coast Guard Suspends Search For Man Seen Jumping Off Staten Island Ferry Near Governors IslandSeveral witnesses say they saw a man jump off the Spirit of America ferry around 10:15 p.m. Thursday.
Best Things To Do In New York This Weekend July 7-9Here's how to get your weekend on!
Best Things To Do In New York This WeekendAmong the fun to be had this weekend are dressing up like a flapper and jitterbugging your heart out, learning how to brew the best iced coffee of your life, and hobnobbing with the creative class. Read on for details, and have a great weekend!
Governors Island Opens 1 Month Earlier Than UsualThe hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekends. There's no entry fee.
Governors Island To Extend Season By Opening May 1Governors Island will open to the public on May 1 this year, extending its season for nearly one month.
5 Historic Military Sites In New York CityWhat better way to honor those who have dedicated their lives to defending our country than by visiting one of the city’s best sites for military buffs?
'The Hills' To Bring Beauty To Newly-Opening Section Of Governors IslandA section of the southwest side of Governors Island is about to be opened for the public for the first time.
Man Rescued By FDNY After Drifting Into Hudson River While Watching SunriseA man watching the sunrise on a piece of plywood in New Jersey was swept out by the Hudson River current and wound up about two nautical miles away.
NYC Events This Weekend: Governors Ball, World Science Festival, More