New Yorkers have had four whole days to enjoy the city’s parks system after days trapped inside during Hurricane Sandy. We hope that was enough time to fully recover from cabin fever, because the parks department has announced that it is closing all city parks tomorrow at noon.
Worried that the approaching Nor’easter will knock down precarious branches, the Parks Department has decided to shut the public out of the parks until Thursday, Nov. 8 at noon. Of course, if the storm leaves extensive damage to the already branch and leaf-strewn parks, that re-opening time might get pushed back. Read More