New York Harbor
"How does a city of this magnitude bring young students to the water, and have them feel a sense of ownership and community?" asks Professor Lauren Birney from her lower Manhattan office at Pace University's School of Education. "Oysters."
There was a time, not so long ago, when the oyster was poor man's subsistence food, cheap, available and plentiful, and eaten more often than not because one could not afford anything else.
The early twentieth century was an age of immigration -- millions left Europe in despair, defeat or fear to make new lives in America. My family history is not much different from that of other immigrants, but with one big deviation: two generations arrived from Europe and two later generations returned!
C.K. revealed that he first met Seinfeld about 20 years ago when opening for him. As the two seemed to have a comfortable
Warm, and full of puffing sailboats, and washing-machine clean. I am having a hard time believing this is New York harbor -- and that I am kayaking it.
Australian mining magnate Clive Palmer isn’t on a solo voyage to launch a replica model of the Titanic: the city’s economic
By Jessica Edwards Tugboats have always interested me. I mean, who doesn’t love a cute, rugged tugboat? After living within
The bizarre voyage started in Southampton, U.K. on April 8 and included a ceremonial stop to the exact location where the
In New York, green infrastructure is going to play a transformative role. But the story is much bigger than that.
Watch CNN's interview with Harris below: This year, Captain Pat received a special honor from U.S. Secretary of Transportation
Forty-five minutes later, an onlooker saw the man and called rescuers. "When we got to him he was shivering like a leaf and
We don't know how many there are, where they're heading, or even how to safeguard them. Getting this data is absolutely critical and should be a priority for the state going forward.
We ought to remember the Coast Guard and all the working mariners they helped mobilize on 9/11 for what would prove to be, though few people know it, the largest maritime evacuation in world history.
Anticipating a milestone anniversary, my husband and I wanted to celebrate and recharge in a grand way. We booked a six-day, transatlantic crossing on the legendary Queen Mary 2.
For whatever reason Osama bin Laden drew a bright red circle around lower Manhattan when he first concocted his insidious call for attention, it has changed this metropolis forever.
MeanRed is setting sending disco to sea (or at least New York Harbor) this summer. Hope on board for the maiden voyage of