New York City is letting down its residents by nixing swimming lessons.
Access is restricted along a popular stretch of the beach until at least mid-July because of work to protect the shoreline from coastal flooding.
While many hoped to use the enforced isolation of quarantine creatively, the couple who started Locus of Occult actually did.
A group of volunteers patrols beaches where endangered Piping Plovers nest.
This season, Beach Sessions has just one dance: “Repose,” a meditative, durational work by Moriah Evans.
If Claudia Bloom is not surfing or swimming in the ocean, she’s walking or biking down the boardwalk to find friends, yoga, tacos or music.
Nicole Russell makes all sorts of pies — with toppings ranging from tandoori to jerk chicken — in her home kitchen.
The area is perfect for day-trippers during a pandemic, but whether New Yorkers will pay hundreds to spend the night is another question.
Without federal aid, the agency said, it would need to reduce subway and bus service by 40 percent to address its deficit.
Over several days this summer, The New York Times tallied the face-covering status of over 7,000 people at 14 spots across the city.
Rockaway Beach has a land’s-end bacchanalian spirit, but it is also a place where you can get to know people just by being there.
This year Beach Sessions, the annual series at Rockaway Beach, will be dance challenges using scores created by contemporary choreographers.
Shorelines are finally open for swimming, but outbreaks across the country have given officials pause about the city’s wider reopening.
Annoyed by the city’s decision to keep its shoreline closed, officials in nearby areas are limiting beach access to keep outsiders at bay.