Did we ruin the High Line? The answer’s different for tourists, real estate developers and anyone who actually once loved this mess. Advertisements
At Four Freedoms Park, 2020 begins informed by last year’s dynamics driving forward. Freedom and human rights mark New York City’s most tranquil venue.
Any ideas about a Cherry Blossom Festival for Roosevelt Island this year got nixed yesterday. Last year’s organizers conceded defeat, without accepting responsibility for the 2019 fiasco. All around bungling did the […]
FIGMENT NYC’s call for artists hit the internet over the weekend. The return to Roosevelt Island on June 6th and 7th features “The Dream Bigger art grant program.” Update: February 16th, 2020 […]
Let’s take a look at Hudson Related’s Shops On Main for a January 2020 update. Four months ago, David Kramer gave a rosy public presentation, but the reality doesn’t match the promises. […]
Zabar’s New York’s, best original neighborhood market, thrives while nearby competitor Fairway goes belly up. The reason is simple. Zabar’s knows what it is and doesn’t get outside itself.
WITNY became Break Through Tech in January as Cornel Tech’s pioneering effort to bring more women into technology grew national.
The Center for Figurative Painting a new “museum/gallery,” as described by artist Simon Dinnerstein, in the heart of Chelsea, New York’s lively art epicenter, opens its inaugural exhibit on February 3rd, 2020.
The MTA’s smart Bay Ridge Branch, diminished in the uproar over Andy Byford’s quitting, is the best new transit idea in a long time. It helps all mass transit riders from Queens, […]
A Queens Bus Redesign Meeting is set for February 4th in Long Island City, the closest so far for Roosevelt Island. Showing up and speaking up matters. Be there.