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Ai Wei Wei's Public Art Fund sponsored "Good Fences Make Good Neighbors" Breaks Down Barriers

October 10, 2017

Ai Wei Wei, Nicholas Baume and  at Doris C Freedman Plaza for Good Fences Make Good Neighbors (press preview)

It was 9:07 AM, and the artist was discreetly standing to the right of his… 494 more words

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Faces of AWNY: Tanya McCaw

Tanya moved to NYC in mid-2015 with her husband Lee, who is also her business partner. The couple moved from Perth, where they still operate their IT company Royal IT, to launch their business in New York because they wanted to expand overseas. 636 more words

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Best Ways To Say Goodbye To Summer In NY

By Carly Petrone

Autumn is here but there are plenty of ways to savor summer. From kayaking along the Hudson to enjoying an outdoor film at the park, here are five ways to say goodbye to summer in NYC. 678 more words

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Coming Soon : Power of a Teacher

In primary school, we learned that greenspace is important because plants give us oxygen and provide fruits and vegetables. If this lesson is true ( which it is) , the Bronx would be considered the healthiest area in the nation because it houses the most greenspace in New York City.  146 more words

Apps on a Budget

Sarah and I were finally reunited for a brief 24 hours this past day, so our post is late again. Feel free to drag us in the comments if you feel so inclined. 310 more words

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Nice Night for a Walk

It felt unusually nice because it was unusual.  The temperature was in the low 70’s on an August night.   There was a cool breeze coming off the Hudson.   168 more words

Best Water Parks In NY

By Marie Flounoy 

Going away or taking a vacation is not the only way you can cool off this Summer. The following options below are small-scale sprinkler parks and drench zones that are available right in your neighborhood. 538 more words

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