A new walking bridge will connect Roosevelt Island with Long Island City, if plans work out. A “green energy hub” links up with a pedestrians
What is Roosevelt Island? A simple question with many answers, none definitive. Because Roosevelt Island is many things, a work in progress, and it depends on who’s looking and what they’re looking for… By David Stone Assorted Ideas, Large & Small Roosevelt Island Is… …an experiment, a work in progress, but results linger on a permanent
Although there’s been no official word from RIOC’s alleged Communications Department, the Daily has learned that Roosevelt Island’s popular Farmers Market returns to Good Shepherd Plaza, this weekend. That’s April 3rd.
Roosevelt Island promenades reflect the traditional intent: They are there for walking, but times change. Other users, especially bikes, share the space. This raises a lot of issues, from safety to comfort, and we’re offering a poll, asking your opinion.
Deborah Julian has been Roosevelt Island’s most caring cat sitter for over a decade. With years of experience and the references to go with it, she’s ready for the individual needs of cats and their guardians.
Illegally parked bikes pose a long term problem for Roosevelt Island, and our first article about it, in 2018, got results. But they weren’t lasting. Hard imagining screwing up such a simple challenge, but RIOC surprises. Again.
Abruptly, after 6:00 on Friday, the super secret state agency announced that it closed the Southpoint Park restrooms “…due to needed maintenance repairs.” They said “Comfort Station,” but come on. There’s no comfort in those barebones, better-than-nothing facilities.