Skip Navigation Links
cell towers
contact us
about us


Is Access to a Building's Health Club a Right?
Color Me Blue
When is your rent stabilized lease an asset?
Bicycle advocates are creating their own bike lanes.
Riding Away From a Bar Crawl With Citi Bikes
Landmarking is Making Manhattan Too Pricey, Real Estate Group Says
Welcome to blogspot

New York City Department of Parks & Recreation

Morning Fitness at Fort Tryon Park
Doors To The Bronx Exhibition
Art in the Garden: “Get the Picture?”
Arsenal Gallery Exhibition: STRATA
Shape Up NYC: Stretch, Tone and Balance
Insect Exploration
Greenbelt Tree Tots
Insect Exploration
Culinary Kids Food Festival
The Orchid Show: Key West Contemporary
Shape Up NYC: Stretching, Toning, Relaxation
Shape Up NYC: Total Body Workout
Chair Yoga
Conversational English
Adaptive Track and Field
Blooming Naturalists
Central Park Tour: West Side Stories
Rock Your Seat
Blooming Naturalists: Introduction to Bird Watching
All About Bugs
Nature Exploration Hike
Learn To Draw
Nature on the Go!
Insect Exploration
Animal Encounter
Volunteer with the Garden Crew
Shape Up NYC: Bootcamp
Nature at Night
Adaptive Dance
Doors To The Bronx Exhibition
Art in the Garden: “Get the Picture?”
Yoga in the Orangerie Spring Series
Arsenal Gallery Exhibition: STRATA
Culinary Kids Food Festival
The Orchid Show: Key West Contemporary
English Reading For Adults
Sit Aerobics
Adaptive Fitness
Blooming Naturalists
Central Park Tour: Heart of the Park
Shape Up NYC: Pilates
Blooming Naturalists: Introduction to Bird Watching
Nature Crafts
Urban Wildlife
Put a Poem In Your Pocket Day at Poe Park Visitor Center
Conference House Tours
Kids' Birding
Adaptive Weight Training
Short Story Fiction/Non-Fiction Writing
Nature on the Go!
Poetry Day Crafts
Adapted Aquatics
Adapted Aquatics
Seasonal Crafts
Animal Encounter
Adapted Aquatics
Adapted Aquatics
Shape Up NYC: Cardio Sculpt
Van Cortlandt Track Club
Bird Walk
Doors To The Bronx Exhibition
Art in the Garden: “Get the Picture?”
Greenmarket at Grand Army Plaza
Itchy Ball Round Up
Protect Your Beach: Plant Beach Grass With NYC Parks
ESL Class
Shape Up NYC: Zumba
Spring Egg Hunt
Sand Art & Scrapbooking
GreenThumb Workshop: Water Conservation and Hydrant Permits
Birding: Spring Migrants
Shaking In Your Seat
Culinary Kids Food Festival
Weird, Wild & Wonderful
The Orchid Show: Key West Contemporary
Tunisian Crochet Beginners
Shape Up NYC: Aerobics
Knitting & Crocheting for Intermediate and Advanced Levels
Shape Up NYC: Zumba Toning
1st Annual Spring Egg Hunt
Easter Eggstravaganza
Pure Meditation
Central Park Tour: Conservatory Garden
Egg Hunt
Introduction to Bird Watching
Guided Tour of Harlem Fire Watchtower and Acropolis at Marcus Garvey Park
Central Park Arches and Bridges
Blooming Naturalists
History in Your Hands: Spring Sprouts
Spring Egg-stravaganza!
Hands-on History: Let's Go Fly a Kite!
Central Park Tour: Mid-Park Welcome Tour
Citizenship Classes for Adults
Maggie's Garden Easter Eggstravaganza!
Conference House Tours
Fitness Bootcamp

New York Public Library Blogs

Best of New Music (April 2014 Edition)
Tributo a Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014)
The Nican Mopohua and Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
When Experience Pays: Paid vs. Unpaid Internships
Booktalking "Rein It In: An A Circuit Novel" by Georgina Bloomberg and Catherine Hapka
Homemade Natural Beauty Products Made Easy
Avant-Garde Periodicals Meet Digital Archives
Booktalking "Higher Education?" by Andrew Hacker and Claudia Dreifus
Epistolary Novels and Letter Writing
Celebrating Women with Disabilities: An Interview with Kathleen Martinez
Turn Left at Greenland: The Beatles Meet the Press
Three Reads: Bad Guys of Gilded Age New York
Send Me a Letter: Books on Card and Letter Writing
離奇 : 李碧華鬼魅電影小說 || Li Bihua gui mei dian ying xiao shuo
STEM Comics: Saving Students One Thought Bubble at a Time
Read Alikes for Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch
Job and Employment Links for the Week of April 14
Top Circulating Books: March 2014
Public Events for Preservation Week, April 27–May 3
Pic Pick: Francis Martin Creation Station Has Artsy Picture Books for Children


Real Time Traffic Cameras

Saturday April 12, 2014 to Friday April 18, 2014

Weather in Central Park

Fair and 42 F at New York City, Central Park, NY
Beware of dogma

New Yorkers hear it all the time and are no longer able to recognize it. A clearer understanding of the issues is necessary in order to filter out the noise. The dogma of partisan politics are preventing the public and their elected officials from effectively dealing with the issues. Resources and time are wasted when the focus is taken away from what is truely important. We forget that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Emotional and subjective reasoning become the solutions and eventually create more serious problems that need to be solved.