Joggers, Bicyclists, & Everything In Between Descend On Park Avenue For Summer Streets KickoffInstead of normal car traffic, Park Avenue from Lower Manhattan to the Upper East Side was taken over by bikers and joggers Saturday for the start of the City's Summer Streets series.
Best Things To Do In New York This Weekend August 5-6How to have a jam-packed awesome weekend.
'Summer Streets' Festival To Celebrate 10 Years In NYCSummer Streets is about to take over the streets.
NYC Officials Announce Plans For Summer StreetsFor the first three Saturdays in August, the city will close off nearly seven miles, from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park, along Park Avenue and Lafayette Street, for family-friendly fun.
Best Things To Do In New York City This WeekendFrom dressing up like a glamorous moll to attending an off-off-off-off Broadway show, the city has you covered for fun times this weekend.
Best Things To Do In New York City This WeekendHere’s a recipe for a perfect weekend: see some art and have a delicious, and cheap, dinner on Friday night, water-slide down Park Avenue on Saturday morning, and attend a concert in the sun on Saturday afternoon.
Giant Water Slide Comes To Foley Square As Part Of NYC's Summer Streets ProgramThis year, there will be everything from a giant 270-foot water slide at Foley Square to art walking tours, bike rentals, a dog park and a zipline.
Guide To NYC's Summer StreetsSummer Streets -- a combination of a walking tour, bike tour and block party that celebrates New York City’s streets -- promises three Saturdays of free summer fun in the month of August.
Best Things To Do In New York City This WeekendRegardless of whether your summer is going fast or slow, you can mark the start of the season’s doggiest days by stuffing your face, drinking up, or sliding down Park Avenue.
Bidding Adieu To Summer With ‘Summer Streets’ Last CallThe event marked the final time this season that Park Avenue and Lafayette Street were closed to cars and trucks.
Thieves Target Cryptic Road Signs Installed For Summer StreetsSome bizarre signs have been posted on lamp posts around New York City -- but just as quickly as they were put up, someone stole most of them.