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Arts & CultureNew York

NYTimes LENS BLOG: A Timely Global Mosaic

The New York Times LENS blog is putting together a global mosaic of photographs all to be taken at approximately 15:00 hours (U.T.C.) on May 2nd. Anybody can submit: amateurs, professionals, taken on your fancy DSLR or your cell phone. That's 11am in New York City. How many will be hungover?
ArchitectureArts & CultureParis

Inside the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris

Tasked to capture a museum for a photography class through the Columbia University architecture program in Paris, I chose the Musée du quai Branly. The museum made a profound impact on me when I first visited in January. Feeling disoriented in the dim cavernous interior of the museum, I did not stay long but the architecture and the feeling of being in the space lingered with me for months.
ArchitectureNew York

103 WASHINGTON ST: Heaven, Hell & Purgatory

Nestled between the new W Hotel and an abandoned lot a few blocks south of the World Trade Center, a Neo-gothic building at 103 Greenwich Street has a history as incongruous as its architecture. Now an Irish pub, the building began as the home of Dutch immigrant Ryneer Suydam and his family in 1799.
Arts & CultureNew York

COOL COMPANY ALERT: JumpPost.com

JumpPost is a new way to list your apartment for rent without dealing with an agency middle man and without the sketchiness of Craigslist. Plus, you get paid $500 once it the lease goes through!
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