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September 16, 2020

On Becoming an Artist:
High Line Teens Interview Cauleen Smith

By High Line Teens

The artist on where to begin an artwork, everyday inspiration, and counting on young people today.

On Becoming an Artist:
High Line Teens Interview Cauleen Smith

By High Line Teens | September 16, 2020

The artist on where to begin an artwork, everyday inspiration, and counting on young people today.

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August 6, 2020

Plant of the Week: Northern blazing star

Northern blazing star, Liatris scariosa var. scariosa, is a perennial in the aster family which produces beautiful purple thistle-like flowers in the...

Plant of the Week: Northern blazing star

August 6, 2020

Northern blazing star, Liatris scariosa var. scariosa, is a perennial in the aster family which produces beautiful purple thistle-like flowers in the mid-summer. It is native to the eastern half of North America and goes by several...

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June 23, 2020

Plant of the Week: Foxtail Lily

By Erika Harvey

Since the High Line opened in 2009, we’ve watched some horticultural traditions emerge that we look forward to every year. There is Spring Cutback...

Plant of the Week: Foxtail Lily

By Erika Harvey | June 23, 2020

Since the High Line opened in 2009, we’ve watched some horticultural traditions emerge that we look forward to every year. There is Spring Cutback, the first opening of the 23rd Street Lawn, the love/hate reactions to the scent of the...

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June 16, 2020

Looking within

The tragic and senseless murders of George Floyd and of so many others have further exposed the severe inequities, structural racism, and division that...

Looking within

June 16, 2020

The tragic and senseless murders of George Floyd and of so many others have further exposed the severe inequities, structural racism, and division that pervade our country. Read our statement.

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May 14, 2020

The Enduring Flowers of Spring

By High Line

All about spring ephemerals—tulips, daffodils, shooting stars, and more.

The Enduring Flowers of Spring

By High Line | May 14, 2020

All about spring ephemerals—tulips, daffodils, shooting stars, and more.

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April 21, 2020

Future-facing Gardens

By High Line

Director of Horticulture Eric Rodriguez discusses resiliency in horticulture.

Future-facing Gardens

By High Line | April 21, 2020

Director of Horticulture Eric Rodriguez discusses resiliency in horticulture.

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April 14, 2020

To a Resilient New York: Notes from Quarantine

By High Line

Six poems by eighteen artists/writers combine into an exquisite assemblage for our quarantine times.

To a Resilient New York: Notes from Quarantine

By High Line | April 14, 2020

Six poems by eighteen artists/writers combine into an exquisite assemblage for our quarantine times.

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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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January 6, 2020

“The Most Influential Architecture of the Decade Wasn’t a Building.”

By High Line

Our 2019 year in review and some things to come in the year ahead.

“The Most Influential Architecture of the Decade Wasn’t a Building.”

By High Line | January 6, 2020

Our 2019 year in review and some things to come in the year ahead.

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December 16, 2019

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

By High Line

Discover the best ways to enjoy the High Line this season.

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

By High Line | December 16, 2019

Discover the best ways to enjoy the High Line this season.

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