News at 9: Reclining Liberty moved from Harlem to Jersey City, World’s largest treehouse and more

News at 9: Reclining Liberty moved from Harlem to Jersey City, World's largest treehouse and more

Photograph: Connie Lee/Zaq Landsberg’s “Reclining Liberty, 2021”

“Reclining Liberty” has moved from Harlem to Jersey City, The world’s largest treehouse resort is opening in Tennessee this summer and more in top stories of the day.

Lady Liberty is currently relaxing at a park across the Hudson

Following a year spent in Morningside Park in Harlem, artist Zaq Landsberg’s creation “Reclining Liberty” has officially moved to another state and can currently be found chilling at Liberty State Park in New Jersey. She’ll stay there until April of next year. Just as it was while in Manhattan, visitors will get to interact with the 25-foot-long artistic take on the Statue of Liberty. So don’t freak out if you see folks laying on her, posing for cute pictures or just lounging in the area.

The world’s largest treehouse resort is opening in Tennessee this summer

At a planned 40-acre compound in east Tennessee, the Sanctuary Treehouse Resort will allow you to live in the canopy with expansive views of the Smoky Mountains. Eventually, there will be around 130 treehouses, but for now owners Amanda and Brian Jensen are rolling out 20-25 abodes per year. As early as this summer, six treehouses will be open for rental.
The Tree Fort contains a king bed with a queen trundle beneath as well as a double bunk with a crank system that can, Transformer-like, make bunks, a day bed system, or even a small dining table. There’s an LED fireplace on the inside, and a real wood-burning one on the porch. In the kitchenette, there’s a small, stocked fridge with items for purchase, a Keurig coffeemaker and retro appliances. If you need to deliver drinks to the folks on the lower level, just use the can/bottle chute or the bucket pulley system.

Air France Partners With Delta For New York-Paris Shuttle Service

Air France and Delta Air Lines are teaming up to provide nine daily flights between New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Paris’ international airports of Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG) and Orly International Airport. Both airlines are part of the SkyTeam airline alliance, which means frequent flier air miles can be used on either airline. The goal is to give high quality airline options to connect New York City and Paris.

Using local times, these are the departures as shared by the airlines:

  • Departures from Paris Charles-de-Gaulle at 8:30, 10:30, 11:30, 13:30, 14:30, 16:30, 18:30, 19:30.
  • Departures from New York-JFK at 16:30, 17:30, 18:30, 19:30, 21:00, 22:00, 23:00, 23:55.

The flights take about six hours and a half to make in real-time. 

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