You know summer has come to NYC when you can head to Riverside Park and start kayaking again. Join the Downtown Boathouse for 20-minute instructional paddles. Please wear a bathing suit or shorts and a t-shirt, and know how to swim. Weather permitting, no registration required. Kayaks and life vests provided. All ages. Sundays, June 8…
Theater producer Ken Davenport has launched the first ever annual Ghostlight Awards – for the people behind the curtain. VOTE NOW! GHOSTLIGHT AWARDS It takes hundreds of people to put on one Broadway show. But only a few dozen are ever seen on a stage. The rest of them are backstage, offstage, in orchestra pits and…
Dora, the hawk, has 3 eggs in her nest. Dora lives on the border of Tompkins Square Park – nice address. Check out the Doracam at http://fotoportmann.com/birds/2014/04/rth-nestcam-tsp-iii-nyc/
I spotted these cute twins on the street.
Bryant Park is in full bloom this morning.
What a view!
Visiting the MET museum today…and wondering what that little critter crawling on his arm is.
Art and it’s canvas comes in many forms – tattoos on the body, graffiti on walls and, in this particular case, stuffed animals on cars.
I’m struggling with NYC weather today. 60F weather two days ago, plummeting down to 19F today, with forecasts of 55F on Saturday. Is that a regular weather pattern?? When’s spring?
On Sunday, March 2nd, 14 dogs and their human families came together to celebrate the dogs’ adoption from Puerto Rico and to reunite the dogs with their canine friends and families. Wearing sparkly party hats and festive leis, the pups played, wrestled, jumped, slid on a yellow doggie-size slide, and posed for pictures while their human families met…