Photo: AMNH/D. Finn
The Haden Planetarium Space Theater is now open to the public at limited capacity after closing a year ago due to the pandemic. Tickets must be reserved in advance at amnh.org. Because of the physical distance requirements only 48 people will be allowed for each showing, well below the normal 429 limit. The current screening is Worlds Beyond Earth.
The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission has reportedly approved plans for a rooftop park above Radio City Music Hall. The plans also call for a skybridge.
The city saw some welcome guests this week. New Yorker Cailin Ann spotted these three dolphins swimming happily in the East River in the waters off Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
The smell of barbecue is in the air at Love Korean Barbecue in K-Town. The restaurant has set up an outdoor grill right on Fifth Avenue. Guests can eat in or dine out.
If you’re in the mood for dancing, Sahadi's is offering outdoor dining with a live band in the courtyard at Industry City. Folks could be seen dancing nearby. There’s also an oyster bar by Mother Shucker.
Warmer weather also bringing out the crowds at Madison Square Park. Folks lining up at Shake Shack again. Sing us up for a ShackBurger!
Stay tuned for next week's Around Town