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December 3, 2018

“The Best of Days”: Winter on the High Line

We know it’s cold outside but bundle up because the High Line at wintertime is full of Saturnalia charm. Discover the best ways to enjoy the High Line...

“The Best of Days”: Winter on the High Line

December 3, 2018

We know it’s cold outside but bundle up because the High Line at wintertime is full of Saturnalia charm. Discover the best ways to enjoy the High Line this season.

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November 27, 2018

Gardening in the Sky: Visions of the Future

By Taryn Cunha

Although I’m saddened by fall coming to a close here on at the High Line, the other gardeners and I are already looking forward to and planning for...

Gardening in the Sky: Visions of the Future

By Taryn Cunha | November 27, 2018

Although I’m saddened by fall coming to a close here on at the High Line, the other gardeners and I are already looking forward to and planning for the upcoming season. In fact, some of this planning began back in August when we placed...

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November 23, 2018

#OptOutside This Black Friday

By Noemi Perez

For the fourth year, REI, one of the High Line’s longest partners, will close all 153 of its co-op locations on Black Friday. Instead of...

#OptOutside This Black Friday

By Noemi Perez | November 23, 2018

For the fourth year, REI, one of the High Line’s longest partners, will close all 153 of its co-op locations on Black Friday. Instead of participating in the largest shopping day of the year, REI encourages everyone to #OptOutside...

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November 20, 2018

Donor Profile: Tom Wendel & Marian Nunn

By Meg Whiteford

There are many reasons to give to the High Line: whether it be our innovative industrial reuse design, the experience of walking through a wild garden...

Donor Profile: Tom Wendel & Marian Nunn

By Meg Whiteford | November 20, 2018

There are many reasons to give to the High Line: whether it be our innovative industrial reuse design, the experience of walking through a wild garden while bumped up against historical and contemporary architecture, or our...

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November 7, 2018

The Language of the Land

By Meg Whiteford

A short glossary of everyday words with Native American origins Annual report of Bureau of Ethnology, v. 7, by J.W. Powell. LC Many nations, p. 209 The...

The Language of the Land

By Meg Whiteford | November 7, 2018

A short glossary of everyday words with Native American origins Annual report of Bureau of Ethnology, v. 7, by J.W. Powell. LC Many nations, p. 209 The High Line, and all of New York, is on land that once belonged to the Lenape, Munsee...

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October 24, 2018

Featured Plant: Blackberry lily

By Isabella Yeager

Blackberry lily’s flowers are typically orange with red spots, and live for a single day, while the plant as a whole blooms for several weeks.

Featured Plant: Blackberry lily

By Isabella Yeager | October 24, 2018

Blackberry lily’s flowers are typically orange with red spots, and live for a single day, while the plant as a whole blooms for several weeks.

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August 28, 2018

Plant of the Week: Sweet black-eyed Susan

By Ayinde Listhrop

From the onset of early summer, you can always count on the familiar eye catching sight of the sweet black-eyed Susan, or Rudbeckia subtomentosa, to...

Plant of the Week: Sweet black-eyed Susan

By Ayinde Listhrop | August 28, 2018

From the onset of early summer, you can always count on the familiar eye catching sight of the sweet black-eyed Susan, or Rudbeckia subtomentosa, to add a bright burst of color to the High Line. It comes in many varieties and goes by...

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August 21, 2018

Plant of the Week: Black Cherry

By Donavon T. Falls

As you walk along the northern section of the High Line, the self-seeded landscape of the Interim Walkway offers a brief window into an untouched, urban...

Plant of the Week: Black Cherry

By Donavon T. Falls | August 21, 2018

As you walk along the northern section of the High Line, the self-seeded landscape of the Interim Walkway offers a brief window into an untouched, urban ecological setting. If you are no stranger to New York City, these micro-greenspaces...

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December 6, 2017

6 Reasons to Love the High Line in Winter

By Erika Harvey

Here are 6 of our top reasons to love winter on the High Line. Anything you would add?

6 Reasons to Love the High Line in Winter

By Erika Harvey | December 6, 2017

Here are 6 of our top reasons to love winter on the High Line. Anything you would add?

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August 9, 2017

Friends of the High Line Receives Accessibility Award

At the city’s annual ADA Sapolin Awards ceremony, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio presented the city’s Title II Public Service Award to...

Friends of the High Line Receives Accessibility Award

August 9, 2017

At the city’s annual ADA Sapolin Awards ceremony, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio presented the city’s Title II Public Service Award to Friends of the High Line in recognition of the organization’s “commitment...

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