The Afternoon Tea at the Pop-Up Park runs from 1 pm to 5 pm on Tuesday Jan 24 and will be a beautiful chance for you to leave the entire city behind for some good company and herbalicious tea.
Trivia Night, a Ping Pong Tournament and Afternoon Tea at Park Here
Secure your spot for a Puma Social ping pong tournament, an afternoon tea with Tea By Tiffany and Nerd Nite Trivia Night.
Women’s Wear Daily features the fashionable Park Here
Women’s Wear Daily reporter Rosemary Feitelberg featured Park Here in today’s issue of Women’s Wear Daily. If you want to let the print industry just, like, die, don’t pick up an issue at the newsstand and check out the piece online. Slide show! January 10, 2012
New art at the pop-up park by painter Terence Donovan
Rock Paper Photo’s fantastic black and white rock n roll photography came down on Dec. 31, but luckily we didn’t have to wait long to get new art up.
The best fan pics from the pop-up park
“Planking like a champ” by Christopher Kimlo on Instagram | @ChristopherLoCC on Twitter.
Matisyahu playing a solo acoustic set at Openhouse Gallery Monday – with a different look
Matt Miller is clean shaven from head to chin. And, he’s performing at Openhouse Gallery’s Park Here Monday as part of Rolling Stone mag’s RS Fest.
Park Here foodies this weekend: Hong Kong Street Cart, Stuffed Artisan Cannolis, YaYa Tea Garden, Nolita Mart & Espresso Bar and Intoxicating Confections
This weekend, the pop-up park has Hong Kong Street Cart, Stuffed Artisan Cannolis, YaYa Tea Garden, Nolita Mart & Espresso Bar and Intoxicating Confections.
Wines That Rock tasting, live music, a photo booth and Starbucks’ Christmas Blend at Park Here this weekend – all free
What to expect at Park Here Friday through Sunday: Wine tastings, live music, photo booths, food vendors and lots of love.
While New York’s parks lay dormant, Park Here gives bands a chance to rock out
The RS Fest line up started with a set from Freelance Whales followed by Ximena Sarinana, Deer Tick and MNDR. Check out the pictures below, the Doris Cellar video and pics from Hacienda + Dawes who launched RS Fest last week.
Chatting with moms + nannies about the pop-up park at 201 Mulberry St.
I got curious, though, about what they thought of Park Here, so I came down from my office tree house to find out. Six-year-old Basil Yee loved building Fatboy forts and taking hide-and-seek turns with her friend, Lili Atwood. But, Basil says, the park could use some fires. Or at least brown-paper bags illuminated by candles.