Now on view on 28th Street and the West Side Highway: a colorful bridge installation, made of pipe cleaners, stick figures and other odd bits and parts.More
10 forgotten examples of car-centric history in NYC from parking in Washington Square Park, driveway of the Met Museum, the Westway, and Penn Station driveways.More
Underwest Donuts, a boutique donut shop opened in December 2014 inside the 24-hour West Side Highway Car Wash. We talk with owner Scott Levine about the spot.More
Underwest Donuts, a new donut spot is opening up in a rather unique location: a car wash on the West Side Highway by Scott Levine, sous chef at ChanterelleMore
Image via BanksyNY.
Without any additional commentary on yesterday’s “police activity,” today Banksy posted his latest from Hell’s Kitchen with the caption “Waiting in Vain…at the door of the club” on the rolling metal grille of the Hustler Club on the West Side Highway in Hell’s Kitchen. Unlike the other pieces, which required a bit …More
Dead Horse Beach is littered with glass, trash and bones. Courtesy of Diana Huang.
Despite the scarcity of open space, New York City has its share of famous cemeteries from the historic Woodlawn, Green-Wood and New York Marble Cemeteries to the lesser-known “Potter’s Field” on Hart Island. Beyond human remains, however, the city and surrounding areas are …More
AbandonedNYC takes us inside the lost diner at 357 West Street.More
An old hotel for sailors in the West Village, abandoned but with a great retro sign still attached.More
A photo essay on the toll time has taken on this little diner along the West Side Highway.More