Since 2005, Brooklyn based artist Marie Lorenz has explored NYC's waterways in her handcrafted rowboat made out of plywood. What initially started as a project called the Tide and Current Taxi has evolved and expanded.
From trains, planes to treehouses, hotels can be found in the strangest of places. Now New York City has a temporary "boatel" or boat hotel to call its own, only an hour away and docked on Marina 59 in Far Rockaway, NY.
At 7:45 yesterday morning, a group of cyclists rode from Manhattan's Lower East Side to Grand Central Terminal. They were activists, wearing white jumpsuits painted with anti-nuclear slogans and pinwheels
Basketballs aweigh! There seems to be a trend for sports in strange places. Call it marketing, call it wretched excess, call it college football on the aircraft carrier used to bury Osama bin Laden at sea.
With its crescent of white sand framing a blue lagoon, Ölüdeniz has long been considered one of the most paradisiacal spots on Turkey's increasingly built-up coastline. But growing concerns about pollution in the area have come to a head recently.
This is happening in Florida, and involves flying sturgeon, not Asian carp. As highlighted by the trustworthy news source fishingcrap.blogspot.com: The recent injury of two boaters by jumping gulf sturgeon brings the toll to 11 in the
In 2008, Jacques Guillet, walked out of a Manhattan Municipal Building, $152,500 poorer, but the proud owner of a used 3,500-passenger Staten Island Ferry. The former marina owner and sailboat racer had a
Food and agriculture giant Cargill will soon start using giant kites on its shipping vessels to generate propulsion—and reduce fuel consumption by up to 35 percent. The kites, a product of Germany-based SkySails GmbH &
Every time I'm on a bus inching its way along Istanbul's Bosphorus Strait, on a shore road often so packed with traffic that it's faster to walk than ride, I ask myself the same thing: Why the heck doesn't the city run ferry services on this route?