Unsurprisingly Glitter Is Causing Ecological Damage From Harlem River To Hudson River

A new study conducted by researchers from Anglia Ruskin University found that glitter could be polluting rivers and creating ecological damage. Continue Reading →

NYC Ferry To Extend Astoria Route To Serve Upper Manhattan

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced the extension of NYC Ferry’s Astoria route to serve the East 90th Street landing in Upper Manhattan. Continue Reading →

De Blasio, Harlem’s Levine And Others Announce Lawsuit Against Ballyhoo Billboard Company

Today, the de Blasio administration filed a lawsuit against Ballyhoo Media, Inc. for repeatedly violating local laws by displaying Times Square-style billboards on a barge that travels daily along the Manhattan and Brooklyn waterfronts. Continue Reading →

NYCEDC And NYC Parks Release Public Proposal To Design Parks Along Harlem River

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), in partnership with NYC Parks, today released a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking a consultant to design two new waterfront parks at Academy Street and North Cove along the Harlem River. Continue Reading →

Gentlemen On The Coronet Yacht Harlem River 1905 (Photographs)

There was nothing like a leisure ride in a glamorous wooden like The Coronet Yacht with N.Y. Launch & Engine Works, Morris Heights, 20th Century Marine Engine, on the Harlem River, 1905. Continue Reading →

Learn To Row For Free On The Harlem River, The Birthplace Of Rowing In The USA

Come experience the unique sport of rowing where it was founded on “Sculler’s Row” on the Harlem River! Join Row New York for a free introductory rowing class on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018––no experience or swimming ability required. Continue Reading →


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