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Randall's Island

  1. urbanism
    Touring the Overlooked Islands of New YorkUnearthing our hidden histories, from buried bodies to heron sanctuaries.
  2. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Mini-Golf in New YorkFrom a hidden golf glade to a rocket-themed course, the city’s finest little putting greens await you.
  3. music
    Coachella Announces New York Music FestivalHappening July 22–24.
  4. Foodievents
    Frieze Art Fair 2014 Restaurant Partners Include Roberta’s, MissionDanny Bowien’s burritos, a beer garden from Prime Meats, and tons more at the Randall’s Island art event.
  5. scene stealers
    Street Style: Mud, Music, and Boots at the Governors BallGlastonbury came to New York for one weekend only.
  6. Field Trips
    Tour the City’s New Rooftop Vegetable GardenThe Parks Department offers a tour of its Randall’s Island green roof.
  7. neighborhood watch
    Follow the Arrows of Light to the Brooklyn Bridge (or, Um, Get Lost and Mugged)The search for Miss Brooklyn’s new moniker at Atlantic Yards, a happy ending for imperiled St. Brigid’s Church in Alphabet City, and some cute-cute-cute rescued kitties in Astoria! All in our daily borough report.
  8. neighborhood watch
    Bloomberg Shows Tyra That He Too Can Be FierceTyra and Bloomie pretend to plant trees in Chelsea, the broken playground in Union Square Park is creepy, and lesbian sightings are scarce in the Slope these days. That and more in our daily boroughs report.
  9. neighborhood watch
    ‘Queen of Delancey Street’ Killed in AccidentDumbo: From the offices of “legendary” Brooklyn Paper editor (and self-encourager) Gersh Kuntzman comes news that he’s auctioning off his ankle cast, signed by (self-encouraging) beep Marty Markowitz, with proceeds going to Markowitz’s Camp Brooklyn. The bid’s up to $41! [eBay] Jamaica: Sure, Jamaica Center may look a bit rough, but you can still haggle over prices here, and find great real-estate deals posted to trees! [Queens Crap] Lower East Side: RIP to Josephine LaPlaca, the 83-year-old “Queen of Delancey Street,” who was struck dead by a car Wednesday night at the dangerous intersection of Delancey and Allen. [Gothamist]