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Natelegé Whaley and Naima Moore Turner started organizing Double Dutch outings not just for nostalgic fun, but also to create space for Black people in a rapidly gentrifying borough.
The indie video game haven opened following a successful crowdfunding campaign.
Join forces with Bill de Blasio and Andrew Cuomo to help Gregg T get to work.
Croquet, horseshoes, lawn bowling... these are some of our favorite things to play in the city's parks.
Before you get too sick of "The Great Gatsby", you should play this 8-bit game.
Dumb kids will be dumb kids—and some of them will try to play "Subway Surfer" in real life by running across the subway tracks. And then they'll upload the video to YouTube.
Just try playing this game for a few minutes without becoming enraged at those stupid skaters, always messing up the ice with their stupid blades.
Here's a chance to combine your lack of motivation with your love of "Mad Men" AND waste the next 30-40 minutes: by playing the interactive "Mad Men" 8-Bit game below!
But apparently $507K ain't bad: a similar project in Francis Lewis Park cost $390K, and new bocce courts at Juniper Valley Park will be $750K.
What this all has to do with bowls, heaven knows. But it should make for some tasty bread, and some delicious circus.