Community Board 7 Approves Skate Park Naming After Local Skateboarding Pioneer Andy Kessler Community Board 7, elected officials, and the skating community came together to support the naming of a renovated skate park in Riverside Park after beloved skateboarder Andy…
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Long-Delayed Riverside Park South Playground and Plaza Expected to Open This Month, Without Bathroom Building A playground and plaza expected to open a year ago in Riverside Park South should open in the next month, the parks department tells us.
Woman Knocked Down, Groped in Riverside Park A local woman’s typical evening walk with her pit bull through Riverside Park turned into a frightening struggle against an assailant around 10 p.m. Wednesday night, she tells WSR
Bicyclist Hits Four-Year-Old in Riverside Park; City Plans to Make Separate Bike Paths in Some Sections A cyclist slammed into a four-year-old in Riverside Park on Monday, sending the girl to the hospital with a head injury. It’s the latest…
Section of Hudson River Bike Path Closed for 5 Weeks A section of the Hudson River Bike path was expected to be close on Monday and stay closed for about five weeks as the Department of Transportation fixes
Ski-Masked Muggers Rob Couple in Riverside Park Two men wearing ski masks robbed a young man and woman inside Riverside Park at 108th Street around 8:00 p.m. on Friday evening, police officials said.
Joan of Arc Statue Getting Fancier Digs Six hundred years after the real Joan of Arc was born, the area around her statue in Riverside Park is getting an upgrade.
STONEHENGE RISES ON THE HUDSON A French artist has been assembling stone sculptures on the edge of the Hudson River in Riverside Park. The carefully
4 FREE OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES START THIS MONTH There are several outdoor concert series that will start soon on the Upper West Side.