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Statue of Liberty to Reopen
National Park Service expects to reopen the Statue of Liberty to visitors by July 4, 2013, after repairing the extensive damage to Liberty Island caused by Hurricane Sandy.
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Comic Book Art Exhibition On Display At Poe Park Visitor Center: Batman and friends conceived in the Bronx... Really! Living in Sequence, an exhibition of comic book artwork, in on view at the Poe Park Visitor Center in the Bronx. The exhibition was organized by the Bronx Heroes and is open through March 9, 2013. This vibrant collection of Bronx artists pays homage to the strong ties between Poe Park and the history of comics. Read more about Comic Book Artwork ExhibitTavern on the Green to Open Fall of 2013. Long an icon of Central Park, but in search of stability in operations and menu, Tavern on the Green appears to be entering a new phase. Read more about The New Tavern on the Green Legendary Algonquin Hotel: Multi-Million Dollar Renovations to Bring New Rooms, Suites, Public Spaces, and Venues For more than a century, The Algonquin Hotel, located on Manhattan’s Club Row at 44th between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, has been home to famous literary gatherings (birthplace of the New Yorker magazine) and its resident feline Matilda. This New York City and Literary Landmark will usher in a new era as the oldest operating hotel in NYC closes its doors for a make-over from guts to décor. Read more about Algonquin Makeover First Section Of New East River Waterfront Esplanade Is Opened The vibrant esplanade will transform the Lower Manhattan and Lower East Side waterfronts into a pedestrian-friendly new public open space destination with sweeping views across the East River and New York Harbor. Upon completion of the larger project in 2013, the two-mile esplanade will provide a contiguous pedestrian walkway and a bicycle pathway along the East River from Battery Park to East River Park. Read more at It's Playtime on the East River Waterfront