Take a tour through Brooklyn and Manhattan to uncover the former apartments of writer, urbanist, and activist Jane Jacobs!
After protesters failed to preserve the original Penn Station in August 1962, a new dawn of landmark preservation emerged.
The movie Motherless Brooklyn, written, directed and starring Edward Norton, opens this Friday. The film is based on the noir mystery novel set in 1950s New York City by Jonathan Lethem, shot in locations throughout NYC that evoke the era of Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs.
Back for its second season, the rock musical "Bulldozer: The Ballad of Robert Moses" about NYC's famous master builder has been revamped for its world premiere.
Matt Tyrnauer's new biographical documentary "Citizen Jane: Battle for the City" delves into the life of activist Jane Jacobs and her rivalry with Robert Moses.
BLDZR: The Gospel According to Moses will return for a "family-friendly" Holiday Matinee showcase on Sunday, Nov. 20 (2 p.m.). inside Manhattan’s Cutting Room.
Much has been written about the what and the where of Robert Moses’ grand vision for NYC but the new show BLDZR explores the why and how of the master planner.
BLDZR: The Gospel According to Moses, a rock musical about Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs will be showing six times at the Triad Theater in NYC this fall.
On her 100th birthday of Jane Jacobs, we look at the apartments she lived in while she was a resident of NYC from 1934 to 1968 in Greenwich Village and Brooklyn
The rock musical BLDZR looks at the life and controversy of Robert Moses, NYC's master builder and his relationships with Jane Jacobs, Nelson Rockefeller.