Staten Island Chuck Disagrees With Punxsutawney Phil, Says Spring is On the Way

Staten Island Chuck Disagrees With Punxsutawney Phil, Says Spring is On the Way

Groundhog Day is here and spring is in the air -- at least for New Yorkers. This day of weather reckoning, where we put all our sunny spring hopes on a furry animal and his shadow, has…

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MoMA PS1 Unveils New Courtyard Performance Dome For Winter Events

MoMA PS1 Unveils New Courtyard Performance Dome For Winter Events

This week, MoMA PS1 unveiled a winter weather friendly performance dome in their iconic courtyard. Known as one of the hottest spots for summer music parties and avant-garde…

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First World Trash Makes Stylish Handbags From New York's Discarded Billboards

First World Trash Makes Stylish Handbags From New York's Discarded Billboards

What began as a personal fascination for creating hand made objects from found materials was largely inspired by Malbrough's upbringing. “All the furniture in our house, my Paw Paw…

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Former Brooklyn Navy Yard Cemetery to be Transformed into a Memorial Park

Former Brooklyn Navy Yard Cemetery to be Transformed into a Memorial Park

A plot of land that was once  used as the final resting place for 2,000 marines and naval shipmen will soon be transformed into a memorial park. The site is being developed as part of…

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New York International Gift Fair Showcases Hot Sustainable Designs Made With Natural Materials

New York International Gift Fair Showcases Hot Sustainable Designs Made With Natural Materials

One company of note at the New York International Gift Fair, Colors Tokyo operated by MSY Inc., blends traditional craftsmanship with natural materials to create unique designs. A…

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Lower East Side Ecology Center Opens Permanent E-Waste Drop-Off Depot in Gowanus

Lower East Side Ecology Center Opens Permanent E-Waste Drop-Off Depot in Gowanus

The days of planning your weekend so you can finally lug that hefty old computer to the occasional e-waste drop off are over. The Lower East Side Ecology Center, host of many electronic…

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