Central Park


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13 February 2016

WHAT: Ice Festival at Central Park

WHY: On Valentine’s Day weekend, celebrate your love of Central Park’s sculptures at our fifth annual free Ice Festival. Witness ice-carving artists from Okamoto Studio use electric chain saws, chisels, and picks to transform more than 6,000 pounds of ice into a glistening replica of one of the Park’s most beloved statues.

As night falls, revel among colorful lights as the Mall becomes a vibrant silent disco with live DJs, all to celebrate Central Park Conservancy’s preservation efforts.

WHEN: 2/13; Sat (3-7)

WHERE: Naumburg Bandshell
Mid-Park from 66th to 72nd Streets
Central Park
New York, NY

Ice Festival at Central Park



Posted by Bindra at 01:28 AM
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26 January 2015

As one of the largest snowstorms to ever hit NYC comes bellowing in with a mighty fury, there’s one thing we can’t help but notice: New Yorkers are having fun with it. Sure, there’s a little bit of panic in the air, as the long, long lines at Whole Foods (pictured) may allude to. But there’s also a spirited sense of excitement and, perhaps, even rekindled youthdom. See for yourself via these tweeted images.

@AnthonyQuintano snapped a panoramic shot of the mall in Central Park amidst the NYC whiteout

Central Park amidst the NYC whiteout AnthonyQuintano #Blizzardof2015

@artofdessert: “My sister-in-law in the #NYCblizzard with her umbrella.”

Rianne (@artofdessert) #Blizzardof2015

@RapidAndi: “Times Square in the snow with @nicole_rae eating a Cake Pop.”

@RapidAndi #Blizzardof2015

@SalAbbinanti‘s shot of this nearly nude cowboy in the middle of Time Square makes us cold, but kind of warms our hearts.

Time Square SalAbbinanti #Blizzardof2015

@zahraS: “Even during a snow blizzard New York manages to find a way to cheer up!”

Snowman @zahraS #Blizzardof2015

@JessicaPilot212 says, “Live from Central Park” and asks tweeters to caption this lovely photo.

Live from Central Park @JessicaPilot212 #Blizzardof2015

@wisnefski‘s got this eerie photo of an empty 6th avenue — “a strange sight at 5 p.m. on a Monday,” he writes.

Empty 6th Avenue @wisnefski #Blizzardof2015

@FinnHarries: “Bring on the New York snow storm.” One pro for this crazy blizzard: You have a really good reason to break out that fuzzy winter apparel.

Fuzzy winter apparel @FinnHarries #Blizzardof2015

@EverythingNYC says, “Huge flakes in Times Square!” It’s hard to make out the clothing, but true to New York form we’re seeing lots of black.

Snow at Times Square @EverythingNYC #Blizzardof2015

@cubieking snapped this image of a man with an umbrella and a cane.

Umbrella & Cane @cubieking #Blizzardof2015

@RowNYC‘s image makes us wonder just how much the snow makes us feel like children again.

Winter Storm @RowNYC #Blizzardof2015

@BusMinCommunity shared this photograph with a little bit of advice via GrubHub: “Tip your ‘Food Heroes’ well during #Blizzardof2015.”

@BusMinCommunity #Blizzardof2015

@christinaaa28 tweets this picture live from NYU: “Snow selfies on campus.”

Snow Selfies @christinaaa28 #Blizzardof2015

@CarianneHix demonstrates that despite a gnarly blizzard, you can still look fabulous. We’re not sure if that’s a polka-dotted or snowflake-dotted umbrella, but we dig it.

Snowflake Umbrella @CarianneHix

@AmandaWills writes, “Lines wrapped around the block at Whole Foods.” The preppers are patting themselves on the back right now.

Whole Foods @AmandaWills #Blizzardof2015

By Wendy Rose Gould

Image credit: via Twitter



Posted by Wendy Rose Gould at 11:44 PM
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9 February 2013

As an Upper East Side Ambassador, I had to report on the blizzard. I don’t know how badly it snowed in other neighborhoods, but I have to tell you, it’s pretty quiet here. It is kind of Christmas and Valentine’s Day in one. Enjoy the pics, and have a great weekend.

Fifth Avenue at 86th Street
Fifth Avenue at 86th Street
Fifth Avenue at 88th Street
Fifth Avenue at 88th Street
Fifth Avenue at 88th Street
Engineers’ Gate Fifth Avenue at 90th Street
Corner cafe & bakery Madison Avenue 90th Street
Corner cafe & bakery Madison Avenue 90th Street
Central Park
Central Park


Posted by Mirela Gluck at 01:53 PM
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19 April 2012

What Central Park looked like today yesterday, don’t wait for the weekend, Saturday it’s going to rain.

Spring in Central Park

What Central Park looked like today

What Central Park looked like today

What Central Park looked like today

Central Park Belvedere Castle

Central Park Spring

Central Park Underpass

Spring Blossoms in Central Park



Posted by Mirela Gluck at 02:58 PM
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