Posts Tagged ‘NYRP’

09/23/17: Women with Wings Brunch Reception

09/23/17: Women with Wings Brunch Reception

An Exhibition of site-specific outdoor works by Andrea Arroyo. Maggie’s Garden & Friendship Garden – Harlem NYC BRUNCH RECEPTION: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD, 11AM-1PM Maggie’s Garden, 564 W 149th St. Free and open to the public, light brunch provided. EXHIBIT ON VIEW THROUGH OCTOBER 31, 2017. New York Restoration Project (NYRP), is pleased to present “Women […]


Inwood offers beautiful parks, plenty of history in Manhattan | am New York

Inwood offers beautiful parks, plenty of history in Manhattan | am New York

By Patrick McGovern With its copious parkland, history and waterfront, Inwood offers residents a respite from the rest of the city. Located on the northern tip of Manhattan, the neighborhood features a forest with glacial caves once used by Native Americans, at Inwood Hill Park on its western edge by the Hudson River. A 20-minute […]


Time Travel Tuesdays: For a Patient Backwater, a Plan for Revival | NY Times

Time Travel Tuesdays: For a Patient Backwater, a Plan for Revival | NY Times

By ALEX MINDLIN Published: July 16, 2006 Someone has sawed a man-size hole into the tin sheet separating 204th Street from the Harlem River, and strung Christmas lights around the opening. It is a fitting act of do-it-yourself urban design for Sherman Creek, a desolate neighborhood that has never had much of the city-sponsored kind. […]


A snow day’s sipping | Manhattan Times

A snow day’s sipping | Manhattan Times

Story and photos by Robin Elisabeth Kilmer Braving the snow and enjoying the wintry wonderland? Once you’re ready to hang up your mittens, New Leaf Restaurant and Bar has a few concoctions that will warm your spirits and knock a spark back in your cold-weathered body. And you’ll be doing good while making cheer. Founded […]


UPinion: Let’s Keep Making NYC Greener | The Manhattan Times

Written by Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez and NYRP Executive Director Amy Freitag. If you want to know what real change looks like, just walk the streets of Northern Manhattan, where hundreds of new trees line the sidewalks as living symbols of the renewed vibrancy that’s taking hold in our proud, historic neighborhoods. Over the past several […]


Bette Midler Honored for Work on Upper Manhattan's Parks | DNAinfo

By Paul Lomax WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — Last night in Washington Heights Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined the Fort Tryon Park Trust in honoring Hollywood star Bette Midler for her work through the non-profit New York Restoration Project that has rejuvenated the parks of Northern Manhattan. Midler was presented with a silver tree spade, designed by Miguel […]


Uptown Gem – The New Leaf Restaurant & Bar

Uptown Gem - The New Leaf Restaurant & Bar

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography by Paul Lomax (@PaulLomaxPhoto) There is a certain mystique, a kind of otherworldliness if you will, that envelops the New Leaf Restaurant and Bar. Nestled in the bucolic, urban oasis that is Fort Tryon Park with The Cloisters Museum just steps away, the New Leaf is an organic and natural […]


The Little Red Lighthouse Festival 2010 In Pictures

Photography by Paul Lomax


LITTLE RED LIGHTHOUSE FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND

For more info: nyrp.org/ Check out the UC post on this neighborhood icon: Here


HARLEM RIVER FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND

  For more info: nyrp.org/ Park Portfolio – Swindler Cove Park


SWINDLER COVE PARK MOVIE NIGHT

Every Thursday in July! 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM This summer, join NYRP for movies beneath the stars at their Summer Movie Series! Discovery Planet Earth FORESTS – July 22nd LIFE – July 29th Families are invited to bring blankets, snacks and beverages. Complimentary hot popcorn will be served from the NYRP old time cart! […]

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