Last August, the North Bronx Collective started cleaning up Tibbett’s Tail and have since opened a food distribution site at the park.
The Pencil Museum is an art installation by Jackie Mock that celebrates New York City’s pencil history and its connection to Staten Island.
On the centennial of women’s suffrage in New York state, the Parks Department dedicated a site for a forthcoming statue of two of the movement’s leaders: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony.
Contrast the 19th century to the present day through stereoscopic photographs of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, which opened in 1867 and is celebrating its 150th birthday.
The curving boardwalk of the new park at the Brooklyn Navy Yard is respectfully raised above the earth where the remains of unknown sailors may still be interred.
New York City has over 1,000 monuments across the five boroughs, and the new NYC Public Art Map and Guide plots them on an interactive map
Each year, hundreds of New Yorkers are buried in trenches dug deep in the soil of Hart Island, a sliver of forgotten land in the Long Island Sound off the eastern shore of the Bronx.
Setting aside the allegorical females and fictional heroines like Lewis Carroll’s Alice, who are the historic women honored in New York’s public statuary?
Out of the 29 statues now in the park, not one is of a real woman.
On June 9, New York City’s oldest surviving bridge reopened after over 40 years of abandonment.