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Christopher Columbus Statue in Central Park Is Vandalized

Christopher Columbus Statue in Central Park Is Vandalized

A worker removing the red paint from the hand of a Christopher Columbus statue in Central Park on Tuesday. Statues of the 15th-century explorer have come under scrutiny amid a larger debate about
A Blind Runner and His Very Good Boy

A Blind Runner and His Very Good Boy

Thomas Panek and Gus, his guide dog and running partner.
Prewar, With a Twist

Prewar, With a Twist

The lobby at 100 Barclay Street, a 1927 Art Deco office building, was reimagined by Jeffrey Beers International, and furniture and screens were added to the landmark interior.
Feature: Jordan Peele’s X-Ray Vision

Feature: Jordan Peele’s X-Ray Vision

Peele in Central Park, near where he grew up.
Where Winter’s Silver Skates Warmed the Soul

Where Winter’s Silver Skates Warmed the Soul

Empire City Skating Rink, circa 1868, in the East 60s, was roughly the length of a football field and among the city’s first indoor skating palaces.
Big Ticket: Manhattan Prices Stable in 2017, Even as Luxury Takes a Breather

Big Ticket: Manhattan Prices Stable in 2017, Even as Luxury Takes a Breather

The actress Demi Moore sold her triplex penthouse atop the south tower of the landmark San Remo, at 145-146 Central Park West, between 74th and 75th Streets. The closing price was $45 million.
Winter Storm Pounds Northeast With Wind, Snow and Flooding

Winter Storm Pounds Northeast With Wind, Snow and Flooding

The Lake in Central Park, where about eight inches of snow fell on Thursday.
Gary Lincoff, 75, Dies; Spread the Joy of Mushrooms Far and Wide

Gary Lincoff, 75, Dies; Spread the Joy of Mushrooms Far and Wide

The mycologist Gary Lincoff pointed out a resinous polypore fungus in Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx on a mushroom foray in 2011.
Gary Lincoff, 75, Dies; Spread the Joy of Mushrooms Far and Wide

Gary Lincoff, 75, Dies; Spread the Joy of Mushrooms Far and Wide

The mycologist Gary Lincoff pointed out a resinous polypore fungus in Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx on a mushroom foray in 2011.
Could New York City Parks Be Going Plastic Bottle-Free?

Could New York City Parks Be Going Plastic Bottle-Free?

Future contraband? New York City is mulling a ban on sales of beverages in plastic bottles in parks.
Central Park’s Scenic Drives Will Soon Be Car-Free

Central Park’s Scenic Drives Will Soon Be Car-Free

Vehicle are currently allowed in parts of Central Park below 72nd Street, but that will change in June when an outright ban goes into effect. East-west transverses across the park will remain open.
Editorial Observer: Gimme Shelters, Manhattan

Editorial Observer: Gimme Shelters, Manhattan

The plan to turn the Park Savoy Hotel in Midtown Manhattan into a men's homeless shelter has drawn a range of reactions.
How the Ice Age Shaped New York

How the Ice Age Shaped New York

A view from Green-Wood Cemetery, near Battle Hill, which is Brooklyn’s highest spot.
How the Ice Age Shaped New York

How the Ice Age Shaped New York

A view from Green-Wood Cemetery, near Battle Hill, which is Brooklyn’s highest spot.
Welcome to Summer!: Things to Do in New York: Shakespeare (Drunk or in the Park)

Welcome to Summer!: Things to Do in New York: Shakespeare (Drunk or in the Park)

Heather Lind and Chukwudi Iwuji in “Othello” at the Delacorte Theater.
A Broadway Marathon Survival Guide

A Broadway Marathon Survival Guide

Sophie Marvin and other audience members waiting for the second half of a very Harry Potter theater day. “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” clocks in at more than five hours, plus a dinner break.
Review: A Cool-Tempered ‘Othello’ for Warm Central Park Nights

Review: A Cool-Tempered ‘Othello’ for Warm Central Park Nights

Chukwudi Iwuji as Othello and Heather Lind as Desdemona in a new Shakespeare in the Park production of “Othello.”
Young Urban Birders, Open Your Hearts to the Treetops!

Young Urban Birders, Open Your Hearts to the Treetops!

Members of the Feminist Bird Club tried to find as many species as they could on May 5.
Young Urban Birders, Open Your Hearts to the Treetops!

Young Urban Birders, Open Your Hearts to the Treetops!

Members of the Feminist Bird Club tried to find as many species as they could on May 5.