Our curated list of events for this week: Paco Cao at (Art)Amalgamated, Halloween Hellraiser at the Autumn Bowl, a pop-up art party at Gowanus Loft, and more.
"Olmstead on Staten Island: The Rural Laboratory" at Museum of the City of New York gives us some insight into urban farming on Staten Island.
Stillspotting, the Guggenheim Museums’ two-year project transforms the streets of New York, turning them into stillspots: places to walk, sit, listen and look.
Thanks to your readership and voting, four winners have been selected in the 2012 Partners in Preservation popular vote.
For over seventy years this small house was home to the pioneering woman photographer, Miss Alice Austen and the dramatic tale of her life there inextricably bound to this unique place.
Untapped photographers Chuck Lau, Michelle Young and Augustin Pasquet will take readers on a photography tour of Freshkills Park.
Red Hook Food Vendors keeping busy this summer.
Perhaps you’ve heard of an elephant graveyard, but how about a boat graveyard? Does such a thing exist? Turns out it does, and New York City has one. Known as the Witte Marine Scrap Yard, the Arthur Kill Boat Yard, or simply the “Staten Island Boat Graveyard,” the city’s only remaining commercial marine salvage yard is located in Rossville, Staten Island.
Untapped New York took the Freskills Tour run by the New York City Dept of Parks and Recreation. Construction has only recently begun but we got a glimpse of the site’s potential by traversing the topography below expansive skies.
Freshkills Landfill in Staten Island was established in 1948 on land that was originally tidal creeks and coastal marsh. It was the largest landfill in the world.