Times Square Valentine's Heart celebrates diversity and immigration in NYC

Times Square Valentine's Heart celebrates diversity and immigration in NYC

This year's annual Times Square Valentine Heart Design Competition will celebrate the role that immigrants have played in the development and vibrancy of New York. Called "We Were…

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Williamsburg 'coffee co-op' offers up free java and a chance for community reflection

Williamsburg 'coffee co-op' offers up free java and a chance for community reflection

A museum long nestled in a south side street in Williamsburg, has been converted into a neighborhood coffee co-op for four months. Part of a project curated by Juliana Cope, Director of…

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Choreographed lights to illuminate New York City bridges and tunnels

Choreographed lights to illuminate New York City bridges and tunnels

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Artist raises money to install living billboard at Brooklyn Botanical Garden this spring

Artist raises money to install living billboard at Brooklyn Botanical Garden this spring

Brooklyn-based artist Edina Tokodi is building a living art installation that highlights the effects of climate change and “dissolves the barriers... between nature and art.” Her…

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VIDEO: 'Subway Therapy' walls provide much-needed hope for New Yorkers after Trump's election

VIDEO: 'Subway Therapy' walls provide much-needed hope for New Yorkers after Trump's election

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“Nectar: War Upon the Bees” explores the plight of the beloved insects at Pratt Manhattan Gallery

“Nectar: War Upon the Bees” explores the plight of the beloved insects at Pratt Manhattan Gallery

Last night Pratt Manhattan Gallery held its reception for “Nectar: War Upon the Bees” a timely visual essay exploring the far-reaching consequences of today’s greed-driven food…

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Miniature forest of 4,000 baby trees pops up in Brooklyn

Miniature forest of 4,000 baby trees pops up in Brooklyn

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Come swing on these holiday hammocks at the new Flatiron Sky-Line LED light installation

Come swing on these holiday hammocks at the new Flatiron Sky-Line LED light installation

Hammocks suspended from giant arches invite you to experience the Flatiron District from a new angle The installation, made possible by NYC DOT Art, is set to open to the public…

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Come eat free food from this floating edible forest before it sets sail again

Come eat free food from this floating edible forest before it sets sail again

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What's the deal with this apple tree growing out of a car on the High Line?

What's the deal with this apple tree growing out of a car on the High Line?

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Hammocks suspended from giant arches invite you to experience the Flatiron District from a new angle

Hammocks suspended from giant arches invite you to experience the Flatiron District from a new angle

Flatiron Sky-Line, Flatiron Sky-Line Flatiron Partnership is announcing the winner of its 3rd annual competition to identify an installation to anchor the "23 Days" activities…

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Pumpkitecture: Architects live-carve pumpkins into gourd-geous iconic buildings

Pumpkitecture: Architects live-carve pumpkins into gourd-geous iconic buildings

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Enchanting forest of crocheted coral reefs comes to the Museum of Arts and Design

Enchanting forest of crocheted coral reefs comes to the Museum of Arts and Design

With (statistic), the world's coral reefs are disappearing at an alarming rate. At the same time, thousands of pounds of plastic waste have been filling the world's oceans with .…

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NYC launches United States' first citywide film and television industry sustainability program

NYC launches United States' first citywide film and television industry sustainability program

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office announced today a new sustainability initiative focused on film and television productions operating in the city. The “NYC Film Green” Program is…

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'Human kaleidoscope' installation will let you walk on the clouds in Times Square

'Human kaleidoscope' installation will let you walk on the clouds in Times Square

Related: Take the ultimate Times Square selfie on these giant X-shaped loungers The Beginning of the End will be on view October 18 – November 21, 2016 on the Broadway Plaza…

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Kim Holleman debuts new tiny version of her 'Trailer Park' mobile garden

Kim Holleman debuts new tiny version of her 'Trailer Park' mobile garden

Trailer Park creator Kim Holleman is back with version 2 of her original Trailer Park. It's a new design built into a 6' x 12' a ramp-back, V-Nose construction trailer. Rest assured,…

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Urbanscapes: Free art exhibition explores New York City through the eyes of six artists

Urbanscapes: Free art exhibition explores New York City through the eyes of six artists

urbanscapes, Isidro Blasco, Amanda C. Mathis, arts brookfield, urban art, recycled art, green art, green design, eco art, Joshua R. Marks, Pedro Cruz-Castro, erin sweeny, tom…

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The Cubes: LOT-EK unveils futuristic shipping container structure for Socrates Sculpture Park

The Cubes: LOT-EK unveils futuristic shipping container structure for Socrates Sculpture Park

In celebration of New York’s Socrates Sculpture Park’s 30th anniversary, NYC Parks released the renderings for “The Cubes,” a two-story, 2,640-square-foot building made out of…

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Renderings unveiled for World Trade Center Performing Arts Center show a glowing, lantern-like cube

Renderings unveiled for World Trade Center Performing Arts Center show a glowing, lantern-like cube

Related: + REX Architects + Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center Via CBS and Archinect Aerial Render © K18 All images via Luxigon unless otherwise noted REX…

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'Hidden forest' of 4,000 baby redwood trees coming to Brooklyn

'Hidden forest' of 4,000 baby redwood trees coming to Brooklyn

Later this year, artist Spencer Finch will bring a little piece of California’s redwood forests to downtown Brooklyn. In partnership with the Public Art Fund and Forest City Ratner…

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The Shed's dynamic 'telescoping shell' will bring a flexible new arts space to Hudson Yards

The Shed's dynamic 'telescoping shell' will bring a flexible new arts space to Hudson Yards

https://vimeo.com/174245694 The center is currently under construction on West 30th Street between 10th and 11th avenues, according to its website. Related: + Diller Scofidio +…

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New Pokémon Go tour at Met museum lets you catch 'em all while admiring priceless art

New Pokémon Go tour at Met museum lets you catch 'em all while admiring priceless art

"We were seeing people playing PokémonGO in the museum (and playing it ourselves — one of our guides is the current gym leader at the Met), and it's awesome the game is getting…

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Disturbing 'Trump Hair Hut' spotted on the streets of Red Hook

Disturbing 'Trump Hair Hut' spotted on the streets of Red Hook

“I think we bought every hula skirt we could find on Amazon.com,” Noonan said. "A lot of people like to touch it because it's so…

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