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9th Annual No Pants! Subway Ride
New York Yankees won the 2009 World Series and reaped their 27th title. A couple of days later, New York City threw them a ticker-tape parade.
Ex-marathoner tells his stories from the first New York City Marathon.
New York’s recently released review of the environmental risks posed by natural gas production in the Marcellus Shale offers the clearest picture yet of the chemicals used in the drilling process called hydraulic fracturing.
Citizens Committee for New York City is pleased to announce a new block transformation grants program. Awardees will receive a $500 cash grant along with expedited support from city agencies for block improvements such as cleaning up a vacant lot, replacing worn out litter baskets, removing graffiti and replacing worn out street signs.
Citizens Committee for New York City give out small grants ($500-$3,000) to grassroots community groups that are looking to improve their neighborhoods. The next application deadline is September 30.
The most important activities on the High Line in September.
The worst storm damage at Central Park in years. Last nights weather created a devastating loss, Tom Llamas reports.
The NYC Japan Fair on Sunday, August 23 is a must for everyone who loves Japan. From 11:00 to 6:00pm at Madison Avenue, between 43rd and 44th streets, approximately 40 booths will be offering everything tangible about Japanese culture: food, merchandise, performances, and activities.
Farming is not just for the countryside anymore. Find out what city dwellers are doing to turn their rooftops into useable space.