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It takes two days to restore the 21,000-pound model to its original color. Read more

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French artist Jean-Marie Appriou has taken inspiration from the horse and carriages of Central Park to create an installation of a surreal reimagining of horses. Read more

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After four crashes in a short span of time, the NYPD urges cyclists to slow down. Read more

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The fundraiser will help support arts, education, sports and community building initiatives in Central Park and all NYC parks. Read more

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Fans were seen camping out for upwards of 12 hours to see the pop star perform. Read more

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Residents of Central Park West continue to try to block the proposed protected bike lane. Read more

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More that 5,000 runners lined up in Central Park for a 12 mile race hosted by New York Road Runners. Read more

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Experience installations by Nick Cave, John Giorno and others on an [AR]T Walk that plays with the canvas of public space through augmented reality. Read more

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A 58-year-old man recently left Austin, Texas to embark on a 1,700-plus mile trek on foot to reach Central Park by Thanksgiving. Read more

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The nearly 6,000-square-foot apartment cost him more than $65 million. Read more

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Darren Criss presents Broadway’s outdoor music festival featuring stars from film and theater. Read more

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The annual festival brings awareness to eradicating extreme poverty and supporting international aid. Read more

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Swift will be performing only a day before her new album is set to be released. Read more

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July 20th marked the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong landing on the moon. Read more

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The festival has been canceled because of heat, for health and safety reasons. Read more

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A new book exploring every statue and monument in Central Park has been published. Read more

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A whopping 52 couples from every state participated in a mass wedding in Central Park. Read more

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Up to 100 fans have been seen following The Bachelorette contestant on his daily jog. Read more

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The 38th Annual Front Runners New York LGBT Pride Run is breaking records. Read more

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The first ever "squirrel census" was conducted in Central Park. Read more

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