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January 9, 2020

Connecting Through Images: An Interview with Photographer Jonathan Flaum

By High Line

We interviewed New York City photographer, and former High Line photo-documentarian, Jonathan Flaum.

Connecting Through Images: An Interview with Photographer Jonathan Flaum

By High Line | January 9, 2020

We interviewed New York City photographer, and former High Line photo-documentarian, Jonathan Flaum.

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November 5, 2019

We Came, We Talked, We Learned: The First High Line Network Symposium

By High Line Network

For two days in October, we gathered over 60 infrastructure reuse projects in New York City to discuss the role of public space as going beyond strictly...

We Came, We Talked, We Learned: The First High Line Network Symposium

By High Line Network | November 5, 2019

For two days in October, we gathered over 60 infrastructure reuse projects in New York City to discuss the role of public space as going beyond strictly economic impact.

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September 22, 2019

Autumn Guide to the High Line

By High Line

From films, community programs, and changing leaves: our favorite things this fall on the High Line.

Autumn Guide to the High Line

By High Line | September 22, 2019

From films, community programs, and changing leaves: our favorite things this fall on the High Line.

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December 10, 2018

Snow Removal on the High Line

In New York City, snow is divisive. There are those who awe at the weatherly marvel, and those who see the fluff as a nuisance and disruption. No matter...

Snow Removal on the High Line

December 10, 2018

In New York City, snow is divisive. There are those who awe at the weatherly marvel, and those who see the fluff as a nuisance and disruption. No matter what side you’re on, snowfall this time of year is inevitable.

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April 1, 2017

High Line Named #7 Most Extreme Hiking Trail in New York State

Following the announcement on the Today Show that the High Line was voted one of the state’s top 10 most extreme hiking trails, we’ve...

High Line Named #7 Most Extreme Hiking Trail in New York State

April 1, 2017

Following the announcement on the Today Show that the High Line was voted one of the state’s top 10 most extreme hiking trails, we’ve received numerous emails, tweets and phone calls from prospective visitors asking how to...

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April 19, 2016

Learning on the Line: How Field Trips Enrich Classroom Teaching

By Katie Henry

Since 2009, Friends of the High Line has welcomed more than 21,000 students on field trips. Students come from all over the New York City area; some...

Learning on the Line: How Field Trips Enrich Classroom Teaching

By Katie Henry | April 19, 2016

Since 2009, Friends of the High Line has welcomed more than 21,000 students on field trips. Students come from all over the New York City area; some visit the park weekly, and others don’t even know there is a park above their...

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April 1, 2016

Alpacas Help High Line Gardeners Finish Spring Cutback in Record Time

Every spring, Friends of the High Line gardeners and volunteers work to trim back grasses and perennials throughout the entire park as part of our...

Alpacas Help High Line Gardeners Finish Spring Cutback in Record Time

April 1, 2016

Every spring, Friends of the High Line gardeners and volunteers work to trim back grasses and perennials throughout the entire park as part of our annual Spring Cutback efforts. This year, we finished in record time with the help of some...

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March 30, 2016

Q&A with Spring Cutback Volunteer Bridget Gramling

By Eboni Munn

Before the onset of spring, our High Line gardeners and volunteers begin to work vigorously on trimming back textured grasses and perennials to make way...

Q&A with Spring Cutback Volunteer Bridget Gramling

By Eboni Munn | March 30, 2016

Before the onset of spring, our High Line gardeners and volunteers begin to work vigorously on trimming back textured grasses and perennials to make way for new growth along our 1.5-mile-long park. February 29 marked the first day of...

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March 16, 2016

Learning on the Line: Using Oral Histories in the Classroom

Each month, Friends of the High Line invites local teachers and thinkers to write about how they incorporate the High Line into their curriculum. This...

Learning on the Line: Using Oral Histories in the Classroom

March 16, 2016

Each month, Friends of the High Line invites local teachers and thinkers to write about how they incorporate the High Line into their curriculum. This month, Lara Balarezo and Meg Lyons – second grade teachers at PS 33 Chelsea Prep in...

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January 29, 2016

Blizzard 2016: Top 30 High Line Snow Photos

By Erika Harvey

Just when we East Coasters thought we had somehow miraculously escaped winter unscathed, a record-breaking winter storm arrived and left more than two...

Blizzard 2016: Top 30 High Line Snow Photos

By Erika Harvey | January 29, 2016

Just when we East Coasters thought we had somehow miraculously escaped winter unscathed, a record-breaking winter storm arrived and left more than two feet of snow in its wake. Maybe it was its not-at-all-scary name – recalling a...

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