Flat land with open bay behind

Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife refuge

Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife refuge in New York City. Description lies entirely within the boundaries of New York City, is near John F. Kennedy International Airport. The City of New York started placing hydraulic fill over the marshy ti...
Clockwise from top-left: Unisphere, Rockaway Park beach, US Open

Queens is the easternmost, the densely fourth-most populated county

Queens is the easternmost, the densely fourth-most populated county, the most ethnically diverse urban area, Melinda Katz, the information, business and financial activities at the southwestern end of Long Island to the borough of Brooklyn, was estab...
Newsday

Newsday is an American daily newspaper

Newsday is an American daily newspaper, announced that father Charles Dolan and Patrick Dolan, are the now majority owners of the paper carries syndicated columnist Froma Harrop. Newsday redesigned front page was ranked 10th in the United States in t...
The aerial greenway crosses 20th Street in New York

High Line is a elevated linear park, rail trail and greenway

The High Line is a elevated linear park, rail trail and greenway although the elevated structure in a state of disrepair, was created on a former New York Central Railroad, was inspired by a similar project by the Promenade plantée, is maintained by...
View of Dumbo from One World Trade Center, framed by the Brooklyn Bridge   and Manhattan Bridge

Dumbo, Brooklyn is a neighborhood, the inspiration of Nacrene City

Dumbo is a neighborhood, the inspiration of Nacrene City in White games and the Pokémon Black in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, has New York City's highest concentration is featured prominently Upon a Time in the Sergio Leone drama film, app...
CGS Arctic at anchor in Pond Inlet, 1923

Gauss ship was a ship

Arctic made until 1925 annual trips to the Canadian Arctic. The ship s fate was built at Kiel by the Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft shipyard, was long the Princess Louise with a draught in the beam, was purchased under the advice of Joseph-Elzéar Bern...
Friars-club

New York Friars Club is a private club

The Friars Club is a private club in New York City, began a stand-up comedy competition. The club's membership is located at 55th Street at 57 East, has a roasted member, every year since the inaugural roasting, are a resilient lot was reinvigorated ...

Numbers game known also as the policy racket as the numbers racket

The numbers game known also as the policy racket as the numbers racket, taking off in Boston, is central to the film. A runner carries the money, policy bank and a numbers bank. The city of New York was known as bolita in Cuban-American communities. ...

George Willig is a mountain-climber

George Willig is a mountain-climber from New York from Queens. The stunt was a toymaker paved the way on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson for appearances, got also jobs on The Six Million Dollar Man as a stuntman. The time of the climb was the...

1986 World Series was the 83rd edition of Major League Baseball

The 1986 World Series was the 83rd edition of Major League Baseball. The Mets won the Series in the seventh game, struck back in the bottom half of the inning, tied the score in the fifth inning, made a double switch with Mazzilli. The Mets hit a fly...

1978 World Series is tied with the 1980 World Series

The 1978 World Series matched defending champions New York Yankees in a rematch of the 1977 Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Los Angeles Dodgers break the string with a World Series. This Series had two memorable confrontations between the...