Green Living

Columbia marsh project nears completion

The status of Muscota Marsh – the waterfront park being constructed by Columbia University on West 218th Street and Indian Road – has been perplexing Inwood residents throughout this past year. The site, at least to a casual observer, has appeared finished for months, with its boardwalk, benches...

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The Power of One
El poder de una

The public parks of northern Manhattan's Inwood neighborhood are a stunning source of natural beauty and inspire great affection among...
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Let’s Keep Making NYC Greener

If you want to know what real change looks like, just walk the streets of Northern Manhattan, where hundreds of new trees line the sidewalks as living...
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Broadway Malls Restored
Se corta cinta en trecho restaurado

This past Thurs., July 25th, NYC Parks Commissioner Veronica M. White joined State Assemblymember Herman D. Farrell, Jr., City Councilmember...
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The therapy of stuff
La terapia de cosas

When an Inwood couple decided to open a Pop-Up Repair shop, their biggest question was: Do people want to get things fixed?
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Geese culling roils residents

Eliminación selectiva de gansos irrita a residentes

Local residents are used to seeing a gaggle of geese during their forays into Inwood Hill Park. They are most often seen near the salt marsh, along with...
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Battle on Palisades continues

La batalla continúa en los Palisades

The $300 million dollar fight continues. Plans for a new headquarters for LG Electronics USA drew ire last year from various groups on both sides...
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Celebrate Green Gym Day
Celebre el Día del Gimnasio Verde

We no longer pay attention to the greener pastures all around us that are also our own natural play land and gymnasium.
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The Fix-It Team
El equipo reparador

When something breaks, most people don’t have the time, tools or talent to fix it. Broken objects are usually tossed or just kept, with a magical hope that someday, someone will be able to fix it.
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Oh, skrap!

At a street fair at IS 52, students found a new artistic medium. Trash.The fair was organized as part of the Earth Day celebration...
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Green with progress

Earth Day isn’t just about tree-hugging. It is also about books, iPads, and even theater. At the Go Green Earth Day celebration at the...

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Women in Action
Mujeres en acción

“Women have always been in action.” So said George Hulse, the Vice President of External Affairs at Healthfirst. On Wed., Mar. 20th...
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