Yes, catfish are one of the many fish species that can be found in New York City’s Central Park. While many people target bass and panfish there are a number of other fish one can catch and the yellow bullhead catfish is one of them.
Announcing Panfish Pandemonium!!! On August 4th, 2018 there will be a panfishing tournament help in Prospect Park in Brooklyn. Registration starts at 1pm and the fishing competition runs from 2-6pm. Entry fee is $5 and all skill levels are welcome.
Domino Park, the former sugar factory has a new life as a stellar waterfront park that is perfect for individuals and families.
The park is located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and is close to D.U.M.B.O. So, what can you do in this park?
Every Monday evening, Lenox Coffee turns into the best open mic night in Harlem. The kick-off starts at 7:30 and ends when the locals feel like going home (sometimes past 11pm.)
In one word; absolutely! While New York City summers can be hot, humid and smelly (I am really selling you on this right now) there is a range of activities and you have the opportunity to take advantage of the long days to explore so many new neighborhoods.
The Harlem Skyscraper Cycling Classic is an annual bike race in the historic Mount Morris district in Harlem. The race occurs every Father’s day in June and has been going on for 46 years!
The sun slips over the westside horizon and thousands of glowing lights begin to illuminate the Manhattan skyline.
Ramps are only in season for a short amount of time during the spring. They are typically found on the east cost (through the Appalachia Mountain region.)
The Merchant House is a taste of Old New York in the East Village and a place I had walked past a thousand times without giving a second thought that something historic was right in front of me.
This is a recommended visit for families and fans of magic. You can plan to spend about 1/2 hour in the museum.