As part of its new series of tours entitled “Secret Lives”, the Historic District Council covers Pomander Walk, a delightful little enclave of Tudor English houses in the Upper West Side. Located on 95th St and West End Ave, Pomander Walk is accessible only to its residents for the most part and can be reached Read more. Read more.
Chelsea Market is more of a paradise for gourmands than a factory but its pride in its past ensures that historical remnants are accessible to the visitor. Read more.
As we compile our 5 favorite quirky museums in New York City, we feel like we’re revisiting them by looking at the images, reading our own enthusiastic impressions and remembering the particular things that remained with us long after we left. Also, there is a sense of appreciation as they remind us of how quirky Read more. Read more.
Hugh Hardy's new book, Theater of Architecture from Princeton Architectural Press, comes with a film trailer, which is fitting given Hardy's work in civic architecture. Read more.
The now-famous glass Watertower by Tom Fruin will only be on the rooftop of 20 Jay Street at Brooklyn Bridge Park until June this year. Read more.
Before they became the voices of the Beat Generation, Kerouac, Burroughs and Ginsberg were involved in a murder that played out at Columbia University. Read more.