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Manhattan High Line Elevates Walking Experience, Inspires Other Cities
NEW YORK—A recent trend to repurpose abandoned railway lines into linear parks, is adding a new dimension to nature walks in New York City—and elsewhere. The repurposed New York Central ...
November 8, 2018
Honest Child Returns Pine Cone Taken From National Park With Heartfelt Apology Note (Video)
A child who broke the rules of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks and took a pine cone ...
June 8, 2016
Shortchanging Our National Treasures
Fabulous vacations don’t come cheap. Hotels often run at least $100 a night, if not higher. Add in ...
July 22, 2014
Life Finds a Way: Surprising Biodiversity in Cities
Public perception of wildlife tends to be tied to natural habitats such as forests, ocean and other wild ...
April 13, 2014
De Blasio to Review Restaurant Plan at Union Square
NEW YORK—The fate of a contentious plan to bring a restaurant into Union Square Park is now in ...
March 9, 2014
Community Files Lawsuit, Says Parking Lot Sits on Parkland
State Senator Tony Avella and other community groups filed a lawsuit Feb. 10 against a $3 billion mega-development ...
February 11, 2014
$11 Million Proposed for Columbus Park Makeover
The New York City Parks Department is pitching a plan to replace the crumbling bluestone in the plaza ...
February 11, 2014
Parks Afterschool Program Registration Starts Sept. 4
The Parks After-school Program is for children ages 6 to13 and takes place Monday through Friday from 3 ...
August 28, 2013
First Privately-Funded Public Park in San Francisco
San Francisco's Emerald Park, located at 333 Harrison Street, will soon open to the public, but will be ...
July 27, 2013
New York Number Scores One, and Two
It's a good day for New York City. It not only has one of the world's most iconic ...
June 5, 2013
Fracking Our National Parks
When I was a teenager, a friend and I cruised across the United States touring our national parks. ...
June 2, 2013
Crime Increase in NYC Parks ‘Very significant,’ Says Council Member
The largest parks in New York City saw a 7 percent rise in crimes committed in 2012 compared ...
February 20, 2013
A Wild Time in NYC: Migratory Birds Drawn to City’s Green Spots
Hilary Salk walked through Bryant Park on her customary Monday morning bird-watching excursion. She raised her binoculars to ...
April 25, 2011
Upcoming Film ‘Claws of the Red Dragon’ Seeks to Expose Huawei’s Role in Beijing’s Tech Ambitions
Past Sex Offenders Participate in Children’s ‘Drag Queen Story Time’ at Local Libraries
, The Epoch Times
Hong Kong Protests Met With Tear Gas, China Frees UK Mission Staffer
Two MIT Media Lab Educators to Leave Over Institute’s Ties to Epstein
Trump Says He Was ‘Having Fun’ With ‘Chosen One’ Remark, Calls out Media Misrepresentation
Iranian Oil Tanker Switches Destination to Turkey After It Was Headed for Greece
The Associated Press
North Korea Launches Two More Short-Range Missiles Into Sea