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Governors Island

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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • An island of southeast New York in Upper New York Bay south of Manhattan. Used by the British as a residence for the colonial governor of New York in the 1600s and 1700s, it was later used as the site of a US military base.

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  • Armes for The Wall Street Journal Temporary courses designed by artists have popped up in the past year in places including Salt Lake City, San Diego, and Governors Island, N.Y.

    The Mini-Golf Art Gallery

  • They are the third such group to be awarded artist studios for a five-month term on Governors Island, where they will work on developing independent projects in a historic military warehouse, Building 110, transformed and run by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

    Where Every Artist Is an Island

  • Since then, Bernard's work has been exhibited at a number of places, including Governors Island and Two Coves Community Garden.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Metal Tamer

  • Temporary courses designed by artists have popped up in the past year in places including Salt Lake City, San Diego, and Governors Island, N.Y. An arts center in Grand Rapids, Mich., plans to unveil one next month; artists were instructed to make holes "remarkably creative" and "slightly competitive."

    Those Who Like to Putter Around With Art Give Mini Golf a Shot

  • Since then, Bernard's work has been exhibited at a number of places, including Governors Island and Two Coves Community Garden.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Metal Tamer

  • Since then, Bernard's work has been exhibited at a number of places, including Governors Island and Two Coves Community Garden.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Metal Tamer

  • NYU intends to grow its campus by six million square feet by 2031 in Greenwich Village and in other parts of the city like Brooklyn and Governors Island.

    NYU Shifts Expansion

  • Their reputation in the U.S. is now growing faster than kudzu with the Governors Island master plan, the new Lincoln Park in front of Frank Gehry's New World Symphony Orchestra Academy in Miami Beach opening on Jan. 25 and the recently awarded commission to develop a 40-year master plan for the 1,077-acre Longwood Gardens, a horticultural showcase in Kennett Square, Pa.

    On the Cutting Hedge

  • Several weekends ago on Governors Island, well over a thousand people were dancing to a 12-piece orchestra that played mostly foxtrots, shifting from red-hot stomps by Fletcher Henderson to smooth two-beat show tunes by George Gershwin.

    A Retro Jazz Movement With a Good Dance Beat

  • Since then, Bernard's work has been exhibited at a number of places, including Governors Island and Two Coves Community Garden.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Metal Tamer

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