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It’s been feeling like triple-digits on the West Side this weekend. We took a walk on the hottest afternoon to see how the neighborhood was keeping cool in the Sunday heatwave.

Summertime at Clinton Cove — bring a blanket and a bottle! Photo: Phil O’Brien
The Hudson River is cooling in a heatwave — and the Circle Line and the kayaks from Manhattan Community Boathouse provide a distraction. Photo: Phil O’Brien
It wasn’t too hot to bring purchases home along the Hudson River Greenway via Citi Bike. Photo: Phil O’Brien
The pups still need a walk — even if they’re going to be hot dogs! Photo: Phil O’Brien
At DeWitt Clinton Park there were opportunities to find shade on 11th Avenue. Photo: Phil O’Brien
Even the attractive outdoor dining at Norma on 9th Avenue couldn’t attract clients in the triple-digit air. Photo: Phil O’Brien
Lattanzi on Restaurant Row was serving their pre-theater customers indoors. Photo: Phil O’Brien
The Department of Sanitation still kept up its work on 9th Avenue in the afternoon heat. Photo: Phil O’Brien
The Circle Line was ready to go with revelers enjoying the river breezes. Photo: Phil O’Brien
The view of the kids water fountain from Hook’d on the Hudson. Photo: Phil O’Brien
Chillin’ on Pier 84 as the ferries go by. Photo: Phil O’Brien
The Sunset Hustle at the end of Pier 84 with Veronica Castilla. Photo: Phil O’Brien

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