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Saturday Sale Worth Stooping For

We’ve yet to come across any reports of a genuine Picasso scooped up for a mere sawbuck — but rest assured, there are treasures to be found at the Annual Community Stoop Sale. On Saturday, May 10, from 11am to 4pm, residents will set up tables or line their stoops with bargain-priced booty from their […]

Ready to Run, in the Summer Sun

Ready to Run, in the Summer Sun

BY TEAM HEAT (Devon Cormack & Heather Hardy) | When you combine beautiful bridges, parks and exciting city streets with the hot summer sun, the five boroughs can truly be a runner’s dream. As a professional boxer, running is part of my workout routine. Every day, I run from Gleason’s Gym across the Brooklyn Bridge, […]

Prospero, on our island

Prospero, on our island

NY Classical Theatre brings the Bard to Battery Park BY SCOTT STIFFLER  |  Making dramatic use of Battery Park’s most spectacular set pieces (Castle Clinton, the Statue of Liberty and the sun setting behind the harbor), New York Classical Theatre’s tip-of-the-island production of “The Tempest” brings both thematic relevance and geographic resonance to Shakespeare’s tale […]

Great Wine for the Great Outdoors

Great Wine for the Great Outdoors

BY MORIAH SIMMONS   (of Chelsea Wine Vault)    |  It’s hot outside — but the only place hotter is your third-floor walkup. So we’re all heading outdoors, determined to enjoy the sunshine by making it an event with food and wine. Whether you’re decamping to the Hamptons with a private chef or packing sandwiches for […]

Elevate Your Summer, with High Line Happenings

Elevate Your Summer, with High Line Happenings

BY MAEVE GATELY  |  The High Line’s summer activities range from dance parties to nature tours to afternoon activities for little ones and nighttime stargazing for urban astronomers. Organized by Friends of the High Line, it’s hard not to find something along the renovated train tracks that piques your interest. Here are a few of […]

A Farm Fresh Education at PS 11

BY YANAN WANG  |  I heard the sounds of the PS 11 Farm Market before I arrived. Above the soft chatter of adult voices, kids were shouting out words I hadn’t heard before: “Purslane! Kohlrabi! Sorrel!” In front of a white counter displaying a colorful arrangement of produce, eggs and maple syrup, parents and third-graders […]