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Arborist Exchange to the Wilds and Streets of NYC

The Society of Municipal Arborists (SMA), with funding from the Urban Forest Foundation, sponsors municipal arborist exchanges. The purpose is to create a way for municipal arborists to exchange urban forestry expertise, management ideas, and technology through in-person contact and on-site experience.  1,374 more words

Essays And Reflections

The Straus Park Coincidence

Last Sunday Double L went to a work-related event in Manhattan. I tagged along to chill at one of the many Starbucks on The Upper West Side aka my old stomping grounds. 234 more words


No-School Cool: What to Do with the Kids on Veterans Day

No school? No problem! There are plenty of delightful diversions happening all around the city on Veterans Day, November 11, and some places are even hosting special events or classes for the liberated masses. 892 more words

Things To Do

Brooklyn Parks: Our Fall Favorites

You’re in for a tree-t! Each year we hear that as the leaves drop, so do rental prices. To celebrate the great news for budding Brooklyn renters, we’ve put together a list of the parks that have left a mark on our borough memories. 441 more words

Places In Brooklyn

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