A former Department of Sanitation facility on the Gansevoort Peninsula in Hudson River Park just 30 minutes from Harlem will soon be a 5.65-acre park with a beach.
A great, clear photograph by James Reuel Smith looking northwest taken of the Wells and Springs building on the shoreline of the Hudson River (with a ship passing in the distance), Continue Reading →
It was spring time in Harlem, when photographer James Reuel Smith, took this image of the Hudson River Well, between West 122nd and West 123rd Streets, looking northeast in West Harlem, Continue Reading →
Here’s some free advice for robbery suspects: police can swim, and they have boats.
The death of a pioneering judge found in the Hudson River is being treated as “suspicious” by the NYPD — which has a special contingent of cops investigating how she Continue Reading →
Films and Arts Brookfield will be co-presenting three free screenings on the Waterfront Plaza at Brookfield Place (formerly World Financial Center). The screenings will take place July 30th, 31st and Continue Reading →
The Roosevelts, An Intimate History, a new documentary by Ken Burns, will be screened for free in the park – and we’re excited to invite you to this special event.
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