When the kids get tired of trick or treating in their building, these street parties are the way to go.
Museum of Natural History
Spooky Astronomy. “On this Halloween night, join Jackie Faherty and Lydia Maria Petrosino for an evening of spooky stories of the cosmos as we navigate the constellations and explain the most frightful and petrifying objects in the sky. Recommended for ages 12 and up.” $12 for members, $15 for non members. More here.
Trick or Treating
West 69th Street
West 69th between Broadway and Central Park West always has a very big crowd for its block party, though it can get very crowded. The decorations are always awesome!
West 87th Street
The block between West End and Riverside tends to be blocked off.
West 90th Street
The block association has held a block party between Columbus and Central Park West for several years. For the 4th year they will be doing a haunted maze on the northeast corner of 90th and Columbus (in front of 65 west 90th) between 5-9 pm.
According to the NYC Administrative Code, every owner, lessee, tenant, occupant or other person having charge of any lot or building must clean snow and ice from the sidewalks adjacent (i.e., in front of, on the side of, in back of) to their properties.
And as you could surmise, there are rules around that snow removal.
Here is a friendly reminder for businesses, property managers, homeowners, and residents on snow removal guidelines.
It’s the worst part of fall and winter. Once the leaves fall off the trees, the plastic bags caught up in their branches are exposed creating an eyesore that is particularly noticeable in the urban landscape.
Well, come this winter, we may see less of this mess. Soon those bags will cost a nickel in New York City. The NY City Council has voted 28 to 20 to require certain retailers to collect a fee on each carryout bag, paper or plastic.
At Artexpo New York you’ll find more than 400+ innovative exhibiting artists, galleries and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclee, lithographs, glass works and more—all under one roof. So, if you need to fill that big empty spot over the sofa, this is the pace for you!
The event is held at Pier 94, 135,000 square feet of uninterrupted space. Perfect viewing!
Saturday, April 16th: til 7PM Sunday, April 17th: 10AM – 6PM
Pier 94 711 12th Ave (55th Street & the West Side Highway)
New York, NY 10019-5399
Just as the city is about to burst out in bloom, its time to celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day. Earth Day is on April 22 and National Arbor Day is April 29 but there are events spreading across the next two weeks that bring our attention to our beautiful planet and how we can be a little nicer to her. Check these out:
The Pope, the President and hundreds of world leaders are all coming to our city to talk poverty, inequality, and climate change.
It is very exciting to have all these special visitors and we know, of course, all these activities will cause a lot of traffic problems. So, if you need to get anywhere this week, save yourself the aggravation and take the subway. One blessing, alternate side street parking will be suspended on September 23, 24, 25.
Here is what you need to know about this exciting global awareness week.