Middle schoolers from all 5 of New York City's boroughs literally brought issues to the table Thursday in Union Square Park.
A New York City artist has lassoed a small public park, creating a whimsical landscape of bright red, yellow and blue enclosures out of recycled lobster rope for visitors to explore.
Forty New York City high school students are going to Alan Cumming's one-man "Macbeth" on Broadway thanks to the kindness of strangers.
New Yorkers for Parks is an advocacy group that compiles report cards for the city's parks to address problems like litter and a lack of access.
Fleet Week, New York City's annual ode to the sea, will be virtually devoid of white-capped sailors and tall ships this year thanks to federal budget cuts that have severely curtailed spending by the U.S. Navy.
A plan to switch-over control of Playland Amusement Park in Westchester County is moving forward.
The New Museum's Recalling 1993 project has set up a toll free number (1-800-FOR-1993) and plastered it on Manhattan pay phones. People who call it will hear a message with information about what that neighborhood was like 20 years ago.
Some of the Jersey Shore's amusement piers and parks are springing back to life nearly five months after Superstorm Sandy.