Posts Tagged ‘Sherman Creek’

Hidden Waters: Sherman Creek

Hidden Waters: Sherman Creek

BY Sergey Kadinsky At the northern tip of Manhattan island, the scenery is reminiscent of the Hudson River Valley at Fort Tryon and Inwood Hill parks. Thick forests, steep hills, and views of the Palisades across the Hudson River. The east side of Inwood on the Harlem River receives fewer visitors, but has a rich natural […]


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. […]


Impermanent and precious in the park | Manhattan Times

Impermanent and precious in the park | Manhattan Times

Story by Sherry Mazzocchi Mysterious signs beckon visitors deeper and deeper in to a glittering forest. A bearded man talks with a hunchback dolphin. Goddesses float in trees. Nature has transformed into a gallery. The third annual Ephemeral Arts Project is on display at Sherman Creek and Swindler Cove this June. Part of the Northern […]

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