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Scan from New York Times Archive Just before noon on a cool, blustery Saturday in March, 1939, a limousine pulled up to the corner of 225th Street and Jacobus Place in the Marble Hill neighborhood of Manhattan. James J. Lyons, the Bronx borough president, had come with the express purpose of claiming the neighborhood for […]
Robert Mulero shared with us photographs of New York City’s historic bishop’s crook lampposts, which he’s been photographing since the 1970s.
The 42nd Street Shuttle has been a testing ground for the MTA, most recently with the full body advertisement takeover. These type of ads were first implemented on buses in 1992.
New sculptures on the Park Avenue Mall by Alice Aycock called Park Avenue Paper Chase play on the whimsicality of paper objects and the materiality of aluminum.