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November 12, 2019

A Brief History of Chelsea with a Long-Time Resident

By High Line

We interviewed 96 year-old Chelsea resident Rosanna Cox Zuckerman for her birthday, and learned much about the High Line’s neighborhood in the...

A Brief History of Chelsea with a Long-Time Resident

By High Line | November 12, 2019

We interviewed 96 year-old Chelsea resident Rosanna Cox Zuckerman for her birthday, and learned much about the High Line’s neighborhood in the process.

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November 11, 2019

A Thriver’s Guide to Stonewall 100

By Theodore (ted) Kerr

Theodore (ted) Kerr shares a wrap-up of our June public forum that asked “How Many of Us Will Be Thriving for Stonewall 100?

A Thriver’s Guide to Stonewall 100

By Theodore (ted) Kerr | November 11, 2019

Theodore (ted) Kerr shares a wrap-up of our June public forum that asked “How Many of Us Will Be Thriving for Stonewall 100?

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November 7, 2019

The Language of the Land

By Meg Whiteford

This Native American Heritage month, we invite you to check out a short glossary of everyday words with Native American origins.

The Language of the Land

By Meg Whiteford | November 7, 2019

This Native American Heritage month, we invite you to check out a short glossary of everyday words with Native American origins.

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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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October 18, 2019

Featured Plant: Firetail Mountain Fleece

By High Line Gardens

Firetail mountain fleece is long-blooming, sometimes lasting until the year’s first frost.

Featured Plant: Firetail Mountain Fleece

By High Line Gardens | October 18, 2019

Firetail mountain fleece is long-blooming, sometimes lasting until the year’s first frost.

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October 3, 2019

New Monuments for New Cities and Imagining Memorials for Today

By High Line Art and High Line Network

With historical evolution, we get to imagine who becomes landmark.

New Monuments for New Cities and Imagining Memorials for Today

By High Line Art and High Line Network | October 3, 2019

With historical evolution, we get to imagine who becomes landmark.

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September 26, 2019

Gardening as Storytelling: Talking Medicinal Plants with Our Director of Horticulture

By High Line

Introducing our new series of interviews with our director of horticulture. Up first: medicinal plants, in celebration of our horticulture festival.

Gardening as Storytelling: Talking Medicinal Plants with Our Director of Horticulture

By High Line | September 26, 2019

Introducing our new series of interviews with our director of horticulture. Up first: medicinal plants, in celebration of our horticulture festival.

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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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September 22, 2019

Gardening in the Sky: Gardening Toward Fall

By High Line Gardens

In a month or so, the High Line’s meadows will be rich tapestries of gold, silver, mauve, black and brown textured with feathery plumes of...

Gardening in the Sky: Gardening Toward Fall

By High Line Gardens | September 22, 2019

In a month or so, the High Line’s meadows will be rich tapestries of gold, silver, mauve, black and brown textured with feathery plumes of grasses, spikes and buttons of seed heads and skeletal structures of dried stems and...

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September 22, 2019

Featured Plant: Pink Muhly Grass

By High Line Gardens

Pink muhly grass most easily identified in fall by its abundant masses of pink airy inflorescences.

Featured Plant: Pink Muhly Grass

By High Line Gardens | September 22, 2019

Pink muhly grass most easily identified in fall by its abundant masses of pink airy inflorescences.

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