Get out, New York City. The weather’s perfect, most days, and if you follow the rules, you’re safe from COVID-19 and the coronavirus.
Central Park, April 25th, 2020, a day one month into New York PAUSE, the coronavirus shutdown, blossomed. It was like spring defying the darkness.
Hike Four Freedoms Park, our guide, follows the advice of Governor Andrew Cuomo who offered New York State Parks as safe, healthful places during the coronavirus crisis.
MTA Holiday Nostalgia Trains begin service tomorrow, December, 1st. The flashback is a treat from the New York Transit Museum. It recalls a whole different era in the city and for mass transit.
Correction: I was thrilled to see, on October 13th, that Rocco’s reopened after all. Sometimes, it’s good to find out you were wrong. Here’s a photo of the new look. Pasticceria Rocco, and humbly, our previous, inaccurate story follows.
With Halloween and Octoberfest activities for 2019 fading, New York starts ramping up into the late autumn. From Cider Week to Schitts Creek, you’ll have plenty of things to push the workweek behind you. Starting Friday: NYC weekend things to do…
Our Photo Gallery Kite Flight for Peace and Human Rights celebrates 2019’s fun for all ages event. Each year, Four Freedoms Park hosted Kite Flight coinciding with International Peace Day. But last year, the coronavirus pandemic got it too. Fingers crossed for 2021.
FIGMENT NYC was a RIOC win, a big one, in 2019, and it was getting bigger. Planning for 2020 had already started before the coronavirus hit. 2021 is only a wish for now.
Fall for Arts 2019 brings visual arts to life on Roosevelt Island. On September 28th, murals are created live in three locations as visitors are invited to watch and wonder. New activities added brighten the festival.
Welcome to our Roosevelt Island Tram Guide for 2021/Coronavirus Update. With the opening of FDR Four Freedoms Park, then Cornell Tech, interest in Roosevelt Island soared. Soon, the Tram, New York City’s cheapest big thrill, caught the attention too.