Tag Archives: New York City Parks

A crucial role for volunteers in NYC’s underfunded parks

If you doubt that New Yorkers love their parks, consider this past Saturday. On what was the nicest day of the spring so far, more than 300 park advocates chose to sit inside NYU classrooms learning how to make their … Continue reading

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Thousands line up to visit World’s Fair ruin at Flushing Meadows

By Len Maniace The line of pilgrims waiting for a glimpse inside the ruin known as the New York State Pavilion today was worthy of any line at the World’s Fair 50 years ago. It was also a tribute to … Continue reading

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No more ‘Tale of Two Cities’ for our parks

By Len Maniace Most New Yorkers need only take a walk in the park to find an example of Mayor de Blasio’s “Tale of Two Cities.” Our high-profile parks  – Central Park, Madison Square Park and  High Line Park to … Continue reading

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