Posts Tagged ‘Bryant Park’

The Newly Founded (or Nearly Dead) Toy Frenzy

The Newly Founded (or Nearly Dead) Toy Frenzy
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Is fidget spinner’s fame nearing the end of its life at a street fair?


New Year Brings Changes for Library’s Main Branch

New Year Brings Changes for Library's Main Branch
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This year the trustees of the New York Public Library have been thrust into the spotlight to defend their Central Library Plan, which would turn the library’s main branch into a combined research and circulation library. The 42nd Street building is a historic landmark, but also a widely used research library in the heart of Midtown West.


Bryant Park Becomes a One-Day Sheep Meadow

Bryant Park Becomes a One-Day Sheep Meadow
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A herd of sheep spent the day in Bryant Park to promote the wool industry, drawing both delighted onlookers and protestors.


Bryant Park Ice Skating Rink Opens Ahead Of Wintry Weekend

Bryant Park Ice Skating Rink Opens Ahead Of Wintry Weekend
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As the snow fell in Manhattan on Saturday, Bryant Park’s newly opened ice-skating rink experienced a lull in visitors.