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A Super Model for New York Harbor
  

Apr 01, 2002

 For almost three decades, Ruth Anderberg was a leader in the struggle to clean up and restore the Bronx River, the city's only true free flowing river. Inspired by

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Remembering 9/11. Governors Island. The Beetles.
  

Mar 01, 2002

REMEMBERING 9/11 In gritty, industrial Long Island City, more than 150 people crowded the side walk and street adjoining a community garden to watch the planting of a street tree

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Bronx River Rising
  

Mar 01, 2002

 For almost three decades, Ruth Anderberg was a leader in the struggle to clean up and restore the Bronx River, the city's only true free flowing river. Inspired by

New Attention From City Hall
  

Feb 01, 2002

  New York City's waterways and waterfronts have received special attention from both sides of City Hall this year, with the new mayor highlighting waterfront revitalization in his State of

The Waters Of The Harbor
  

Jan 01, 2002

 The quality of the harbor's waters is fundamental to the ongoing resurgence of a recreationally focused harbor. Fishing, swimming, boating, and shoreline recreating along the city's six-hundred mile coast

Governors Island And The United Nations
  

Nov 01, 2001

 To look at Governors Island, one would think that it was untouched by September 11th. But a proposal for the island, sponsored by the Regional Plan Association, has languished,

Moving Freight On Water
  

Sep 01, 2001

 One hundred years ago, New York City's major financiers, Jay Gould and Jim Fisk, the 'Commodore' Cornelius Vanderbilt, and JP Morgan, all vied for the lucrative cross harbor rail float

Brooklyn Navy Yard
  

Jul 01, 2001

 Alfred Hitchcock made the Brooklyn Navy Yard the setting of his film, "Sabotage." Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly hopped ashore there at the beginning of "On The Town." So, it

Blessing The Fleet
  

Jun 01, 2001

  A thousand feet from land, at the edge of the Canarsie Pier in Brooklyn, looking across the gentle chop of an inland sea at an uninhabited tree covered island,

In Defense of the Port
  

May 01, 2001

 Remnants of waterfront fortifications more than three centuries old dot New York harbor. These historic port defenses are among the most impressive sights on New York's oceanfront. Yet, these