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On May 4, 1626, Peter Minuit arrived in New Amsterdam as the new director from the Dutch West India Company. Minuit was in his early 30s, and had been sent to diversify the trade coming out of New Netherland, then almost exclusively animal pelts. Minuit means “midnight” in Dutch, so if you prefer to think of Manhattan’s purchaser as “Peter Midnight,” go for it. (more…)

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Benjamen Walker’s Theory of Everything  is a weekly podcast whose eponymous host tries to connect people and events together, around a certain topic. For the past three weeks, Walker has focused his show on life in New York City. The series, New York After Rent is made up of three parts, and its a mixture of recorded interviews, live performances and readings from people living in NYC before, during and after the final performance of the Broadway musical Rent. It’s not only just about life in NYC post-Rent, the three part series is also a look into the ever changing identity of NYC and the use of it’s space. (more…)

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Inside the Ziegfeld Theater, one of the only remaining single screen movie theaters left in New York City, is a museum dedicated to its history. The movie palace (one of the last built) currently stands on 141 West 54 street, a two minute walk away from 1341-47 Sixth Avenue, the home of the original Zeigfeld Theater. Beginning on February 2, 1927 till it was demolished in 1966, the theater premiered everything from Broadway productions to feature length films. (more…)

New Installation

While we wait for the seven Calatrava’s to arrive on Park Avenue at 52nd Street, we can rest our eyes on a new (or rather, another) Urs Fischer piece currently being installed on the plaza at 345 Park Avenue – the Seagram Building.  Meet Big Clay #4. (more…)

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