A new report from the Department of Transportation says just 7 streets throughout the five boroughs are responsible for nearly half of New York's p
Under the mayor's Vision Zero program, the city will invest in new crosswalks and speed cameras, an increased police presence, and other safety measures to reduce death. (Photo: Pexels.com)
The famed cherry blossoms in our nation’s captial are at “peak bloom” right now (as reported by this site with beautiful pictures). It’d be a great weekend for a road trip down South, but if you can’t make it out of the City, the cherry blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden are due to bloom any day now.
New York City parks are full of big stone monuments. Would you notice if one of them changed a bit? Some artists put up a bust of Edward Snowden in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park. Authorities quickly covered it with a tarp and took it down, but any potential point about censorship was effectively made.
A large-scale art project will be bringing a new flavor to Central Park in the late Spring. According to the New York Times Magazine, the experience will be happening each Friday and Saturday afternoon from May 15 to June 20, and will include things like an ice cream truck with sunset-colored flavors, recreations of famous movie scenes, and a boat with a brass band navigating the Harlem Meer.