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Stop by the park this month to check out Thomas Bayrle’s American Dream on view next to the High Line at West 18th Street.

Taken from a 1970 drawing by the artist, the image depicts a classic Chrysler sedan, generated through hundreds of warped stars featuring the car company’s iconic logo.

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Grassroots organizations, government, and civic leaders are coming together to turn old infrastructure into new, water-friendly green spaces in the Crescent City.

Join us on Monday, October 15 to hear the Honorable Senator Mary Landrieu, New Orleans Redevelopment Authority, and Waggonner & Ball Architects give a free public talk about the Lafitte Corridor, the Pontilly Project, and other new green spaces that coexist with water. Reception to follow with live music by Baby Soda Jazz Band.

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What happens when hundreds of people gather for a one-pot meal at a communal table in a restaurant without walls placed on the High Line?

Join us to find out. Come with an appetite and meet your neighbors. The meal is open to people of all ages, but space is limited. Tickets cost $7 and will go on sale beginning Monday, October 1.

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The park is currently open daily between 7:00 AM and 11:00 PM. Beginning Monday, October 1, the park will close one hour earlier, at 10:00 PM.

Relax on the Diller – von Furstenberg Sundeck, check out the autumnal blooms, view the latest High Line Art installations, enjoy a snack from one of our food vendors, or take a quiet evening stroll.

Follow @highlinenyc on Twitter for the latest information and operational updates.

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Tom Colicchio, of Colicchio & Sons, hosts an evening of incredible food and drink featuring some of the city’s best chefs, all in benefit of the High Line.

Learn more about our signature fall fundraiser.

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On Thursday, September 20, for a historic moment in the history of the High Line, we joined a small group of elected officials, including Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Speaker Christine Quinn, supporters, and friends for a ceremonial groundbreaking on the third and final section of the High Line at the Rail Yards.

See more photos from the event and renderings of the future space on the High Line Blog.

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The third and final section of the High Line at the Rail Yards is currently closed to visitors, but we will be opening the gates for you to explore the site this October.

It’s part of the 10th Annual openhousenewyork Weekend, and this year, UNIQLO has helped to extend this popular walking tour to two weekends, so there will be twice as many opportunities to explore the High Line at the rail yards.

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Take part in a collective performance that invites you to walk on, touch, and alter a one-mile-long celluloid film strip adhered to the entire length of the High Line’s pathway. The film will be screened on the High Line later this year.

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Learn how two New Yorkers plan to turn a disused trolley tunnel into an innovative park on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

Join us on Monday, September 10 to meet Dan Barasch and James Ramsey, the Co-Founders of the Lowline. They will give a presentation detailing the Lowline’s history and their vision to redevelop it as the world’s first underground park.

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Check out an exclusive collection of limited-edition apparel and products created by Diane von Furstenberg for the High Line.

View photos of the apparel and merchandise

The collection is available for purchase from the High Line Web Shop and the High Line Merchandise Cart, at West 16th Street.

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