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The Public Utteraton Machine By Artist Rebecca Hackemann Coming To Public Plazas In Queens And Brooklyn

A 19th Century Public Phone becomes an interactive exhibit NYC Parks is pleased to announce Rebecca Hackemann’s public art installation The Public Utteraton Machine, an interactive sculpture that looks like a 19th century public telephone. The...

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Nyc Parks And Pwc Us Team Up With The New York Knicks For Planting 3,500 Trees In Alley Pond Park

NYC Parks and PwC teamed up with the New York Knicks on Thursday, April 23, to plant 3,500 trees and 1,050 shrubs in Alley Pond Park in Queens today. Attendees included NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP, Knicks legend Walt...

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