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Homegrown Art Fair Takes Over Historic Mansions on Governors Island

New Yorkers looking to lap up the last warm days of summer in one of the city’s more historic green spaces, but who also want to dive head first into the art world’s first offerings of the season, will find a perfect marriage of both a short ferry ride from Lower Manhattan on Governors Island. 764 more words

A Walk in the Woods

There is something to be said about nature. Somewhere deep in the woods lies a path, I must walk alone. Barefoot I caress the grass, sun kissed, with the soft scent of wet dew. 49 more words

Nature Bronx

Full Harvest in the Square Restaurant List Announced

We’re excited to announce the participating restaurants and wineries for the 20th Anniversary of Harvest in the Square.  For nearly two decades, Harvest in the Square has been bringing people together to celebrate local food and drink, creating a strong sense of community in the Union Square neighborhood. 334 more words

Union Square Park

High Bridge Exhibition Concluded

High Bridge: Rebirth of the Harlem River, a group exhibition in which I was a part, concluded yesterday with an artist panel discussion.  Yesterday’s final day coincided with the… 136 more words

Adventures: Surprise Picnic Date with Daddy & Exploring Battery Park City

Mommy’s Note:  We thought it would be fun to surprise daddy with a picnic in the park after he got out of work, so we made all the fixings for a taco bar.  62 more words


Visit Clay Pit Ponds This Summer!

Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve Provides Great Summer Programs for Everyone

Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve is a 260-acre natural area near the southwest shore of Staten Island. 447 more words

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Summer in the Park

by Marilyn La Jeunesse
photos by Marilyn La Jeunesse

Washington Square Park is the hub of Greenwich Village life during the summer. The vibrant green trees and Instagram-worthy arch drawing in locals and tourists alike.  175 more words