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Category Archives: Photography
It’s been a bit chilly of late and that has meant plenty of ice on the Hudson River flowing under the George Washington Bridge. I thought I’d share some photos of it.
The past week had some special content of mine published.
Rent Guidelines Board, Apthorp, Fulton Market Building, Pastis Topper, Hy-Fi at MoMA PS1, Tory Burch, and One Wall Street
So, I’ve been up to a bit since I last posted on my blog. Here goes.
I was walking along on Monday when I noticed that the church up the road from me has a sense of humor.
On Thursday, I was near New York City Hall to join a few other reporters to be briefed about an idea to protect southern Manhattan from future Sandy-type storms (read it here). When I walked into the New York City … Continue reading
For my latest freelance assignment from Curbed NY, I was asked to head down to TriBeCa to cover the launch party for CORE real estate’s newly constructed penthouses at 93 Worth.
This is my first time doing a Throwback Thursday blog post and I hope you like it.
Back around the turn of the last century, New Yorkers were living through what we now know as the City Beautiful movement. During that time, the Washington Arch and Grand Central Terminal were constructed. So too was the City Hall … Continue reading
A little while back I was introduced to Larry Hagberg, who is a blacksmith working for the New York City Parks Dept. in Central Park. Today, I got the story published.
As you may have heard, the George Washington Bridge isn’t being left out of the festivities for Super Bowl XLVIII, which will be played shortly down at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. On Wednesday, I posted photos taken from … Continue reading