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June 11, 2014

Melt-ing Our Hearts

By Jennette Mulaney

Julian Plyter of Melt Bakery talks with High Line visitors. Photo by Armando Rafael Photography Melt Bakery was one of the first vendors selected for...

Melt-ing Our Hearts

By Jennette Mulaney | June 11, 2014

Julian Plyter of Melt Bakery talks with High Line visitors. Photo by Armando Rafael Photography Melt Bakery was one of the first vendors selected for the High Line Food program, and Melt’s decadent, locally sourced ice-cream...

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June 10, 2014

How the High Line Gardeners Keep It Wild

By Andi Pettis

The wild legacy of the High Line’s landscape is on full display in the summer, when the planting beds are a frenzy of green.Beverly Israely The...

How the High Line Gardeners Keep It Wild

By Andi Pettis | June 10, 2014

The wild legacy of the High Line’s landscape is on full display in the summer, when the planting beds are a frenzy of green.Beverly Israely The High Line was made by nature when the trains stopped running, and designer Piet Oudolf...

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June 10, 2014

Celebrating Five Years of the High Line

By Joshua David

Elected officials, supporters, and students from P.S. 11 joined in a ribbon-cutting to mark the opening of Section 1 of the High Line in 2009. Photo by...

Celebrating Five Years of the High Line

By Joshua David | June 10, 2014

Elected officials, supporters, and students from P.S. 11 joined in a ribbon-cutting to mark the opening of Section 1 of the High Line in 2009. Photo by Patrick McMullan   June 9, 2009 – five years ago – was a magical day for anyone...

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June 9, 2014

Looking Back at 15 Years of the High Line

By Jennette Mullaney

High Line B&W 15, November 2001Jonathan Flaum This year the High Line celebrates three important milestones: the 15th anniversary of the founding of...

Looking Back at 15 Years of the High Line

By Jennette Mullaney | June 9, 2014

High Line B&W 15, November 2001Jonathan Flaum This year the High Line celebrates three important milestones: the 15th anniversary of the founding of Friends of the High Line, the fifth anniversary of the opening of the first section...

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June 9, 2014

Plant of the Week: Prairie Sundrop

By Andi Pettis

Prairie sundrop (Oenothera pilosella) are a cheerful presence on the High Line. Photo by Friends of the High Line   The High Line’s planting design...

Plant of the Week: Prairie Sundrop

By Andi Pettis | June 9, 2014

Prairie sundrop (Oenothera pilosella) are a cheerful presence on the High Line. Photo by Friends of the High Line   The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that grew up between rail tracks after the...

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June 6, 2014

Photo of the Week: Cool Your Heels

By Christian Barclay

Visitors enjoying the water feature on the Diller – von Furstenberg Sundeck. Photo by Juan Valentin   Take a break from pounding the pavement by...

Photo of the Week: Cool Your Heels

By Christian Barclay | June 6, 2014

Visitors enjoying the water feature on the Diller – von Furstenberg Sundeck. Photo by Juan Valentin   Take a break from pounding the pavement by visiting the water feature on the Diller – von Furstenberg Sundeck. Rising temperatures...

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June 3, 2014

Plant of the Week: Purple-flowered Onion

By Andi Pettis

Allium atropurureum is the gothic beauty rising above the bright and cheerful blooms in the Chelsea Grasslands of the High Line. Photo by Friends of the...

Plant of the Week: Purple-flowered Onion

By Andi Pettis | June 3, 2014

Allium atropurureum is the gothic beauty rising above the bright and cheerful blooms in the Chelsea Grasslands of the High Line. Photo by Friends of the High Line.   The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded...

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