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We Are NYView Weekly I LOVE NY Fall Foliage Reports Available Every Wednesday, Beginning September 14, Here

Watch New Broadcast and Digital Marketing Campaign Showcasing Popular Seasonal Attractions and Destinations Here

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the start of New York State's 2022 fall foliage and travel season, highlighted by the return of I LOVE NY's Fall Foliage Reports and a new I LOVE NY broadcast and digital marketing campaign to showcase popular fall activities and attractions. I LOVE NY is also collaborating with the state's network of heritage tourism destinations on this year's Path Through History Weekend, scheduled for October 8 to 10, which will feature special events and activations at the state's rich history and historic sites.

We Are NYOrnamental Gateway to Welcome Visitors to Kent Avenue/North Eighth Street Entrance

 Perennial Garden, Landscaping and Additional Greenspace Honor Johnson's Love of Nature

 View Renderings Here 

(August 24, 2022) Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the preliminary design for a new gateway to Marsha P. Johnson State Park in Brooklyn. The park honors Marsha P. Johnson, a Transgender woman of color who was a pioneer of the LGBTQ+ civil rights movement, born 77 years ago today. The gateway will cap a $16.5 million renovation project completed this summer.

Circle Line8-Hour Weekend Excursion Series Features German-Themed Food and Drink Specials, Live Music, and Unbeatable Views of Fall Foliage

New York, NY (August 24, 2022) – Circle Line, home of New York City’s most iconic sightseeing cruises, will kick off the Fall season with the return of its annual Bear Mountain Cruise, featuring on-board Oktoberfest-themed food and drink specials, live music, and unbeatable views of fall foliage as guests cruise up the Hudson River. The eight-hour round-trip excursion will run every weekend from Saturday, September 17 through Sunday, November 13, 2022, providing locals and tourists alike with a breathtaking scenic escape from the bustling city streets of New York.

Cloaked CrusaderTwo Originals: George Washington and the American Comic Book Come together just in time for New York Comic Con!

New York City, N.Y. – If you think that our modern day superheroes have nothing in common with our First President, you‘d have another think coming! In fact they have been co-stars in our various universes for some time! We are looking forward to showing when and how in a new and exciting collection opening Oct 5th at The Fraunces Tavern Museum, entitled “Cloaked Crusader: George Washington in Comics and Pop Culture,” featuring original art and rare comics by Michael Golden, Arthur Suydam, Neal Adams, George Perez, George Evans, Fred Fredericks, Curt Swan, Daniel Scott, Graham Nolan and many more.

James CaanCelebrating the life, career, and legacy of the late legendary James Caan. Featuring The Godfather, El Dorado, Games, The Gambler, Thief, Elf, and more

Astoria, New York — Museum of the Moving Image’s Caan Film Festival returns this September to celebrate the life, career, and legacy of the late legendary James Caan. Running Friday, September 16 through Sunday, October 9, the festival in its fourth edition will revisit the most iconic performances of Caan’s six-decade career. The Godfather (1972), El Dorado (1966), Games (1967), The Gambler (1974), Harry and Walter Go to New York (1976), Cinderella Liberty (1973), The Killer Elite (1975), Thief (1981), Elf (2003), and more will be screened—many in 35mm—over the course of four weekends in the Museum’s Redstone Theater and Bartos Screening Room.

My Onliness-Daniel Irizarry-Suzanne Fiore Photography-w7Performed with American Sign Language interpretation

Previews begin September 2, Opens September 7, Runs through September 24

New York, NY – One-Eighth Theater, New Ohio Theatre and IRT Theater proudly present the world premiere of MY ONLINESS, directed by Daniel Irizarry, with text and lyrics from Witkacy by Robert Lyons, original music by Kamala Sankaram and artistic sign language direction by Alexandria Wailes and Kailyn Aaron-Lozano.

Soylent GreenAstoria, New York (August 17, 2022) — Museum of the Moving Image’s year-long edition of Science on Screen focused on the theme “Extinction and Otherwise” continues this fall with three monthly programs. Among the highlights is the iconic 1973 sci-fi thriller Soylent Green, set in 2022 New York City, introduced by legendary science educator Bill Nye on September 25. Nye, whose new series The End Is Nye, debuting August 25 on Peacock, focuses on how to survive global disasters, will speak about Soylent Green in the context of climate change and human actions.

MoMI Summer 70mm SeriesFeaturing Douglas Trumbull’s BRAINSTORM, the original animated SLEEPING BEAUTY, TRON, LICORICE PIZZA, ONCE UPON A TIME ... IN HOLLYWOOD, and TOP GUN
August 5–September 4, 2022

Astoria, N.Y. — With a higher resolution and more light hitting the frame, 70mm film offers a bigger, brighter image than 35mm. It is the ideal film format for ambitious cinematic spectacles, yet with the transition to digital filmmaking, 70mm movies have become increasingly rare. Museum of the Moving Image will present its popular summer series See It Big: 70mm!, featuring six classic and contemporary films that will be projected in 70mm in the Museum’s majestic Sumner M. Redstone Theater, August 5 through September 4.

Museum of Ice CreamThe world famous attraction is inviting the public to share their “sweetest ice cream memory” for a chance to win free admission 

New York, N.Y. (JUNE 30, 2022) -- In celebration of National Ice Cream Day (NICD) Museum of Ice Cream is spreading the love of ice cream! To honor their favorite day, MOIC is giving out 1,000 free tickets across all locations, during a “Sweetest Ice Cream Memory” campaign on social media. Ice cream fans who follow @museumoficecream on Instagram will be asked to share their sweetest ice cream memory on the corresponding posts for the chance to win a pair of tickets for a future visit to the experium. …

PrideLiveLogoReuniting the Historic Stonewall Inn in New York City;
As the first LGBTQ+ visitor center within the National Park Service, the site will feature exhibits, events and art installations by LGBTQ+ artists;
With support from Google, the groundbreaking ceremony will be livestreamed on YouTube at 10:30AM ET on June 24

New York, N.Y. (June 21, 2022)Pride Live, a social advocacy and community engagement organization for the LGBTQ+ community, today announced plans to open the Stonewall National Monument Visitor Center (SNMVC). Set to be the first LGBTQ+ visitor center within the National Park Service (NPS), a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Interior, the center marks a landmark achievement and leap forward in American history. The SNMVC is scheduled to open in the summer of 2024 and will occupy nearly 3,700 square feet at 51 Christopher Street, between Waverly Place and 7th Avenue South in New York City. With support from Google, the groundbreaking ceremony will be livestreamed at YouTube.com/c/pridelive at 10:30AM ET on June 24. For more information, visit www.stonewallvisitorcenter.org

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