Dick Clark, Johnny Carson, Merv Griffin, and many others have graced the smallest theatre on Broadway.
Gehl Architects, most well-known for designing the pedestrian plazas in Times Square and Herald Square, give New York a test run, biking all over the city.
A museum quality mural hidden in plain sight in the Times Square Subway Station.
This week marks the 9th anniversary of the war in Afghanistan. Untapped caught up with Cristina Castro, founder of Make Out Not War and member of CODEPINK NYC to discuss some of their plans for public space takeover this weekend. The name Make Out Not War says it all--its members have been seen in periodic public displays of affection in Union Square and Times Square.
My great, great grandmother, Mary, was a Ziegfeld Girl with the Ziegfeld Follies. She was sixteen when she left her Boston suburb and headed to New York City with dreams of being a dancer. By the time she was eighteen she was officially a Ziegfeld Girl; it was 1909.
Global. Timeless. Placeless. These were the keywords from a publisher who was interested in my photography for the cover of a forthcoming book by architect Jan Gehl.