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I took a walk today around Ground Zero. I was there on that day. I saw it all. I smelled it. And I will always remember it. So I had to go back and see the progress they are making and to document its metamorphosis. I love this picture of the new World Trade Center reaching into the clouds. …In this view,...

If you are visiting New York City, or even live there, and haven’t been to High Line yet, it is something you really should do. It is over a mile...

The original American Express logo??!! Ironwork in Tribeca…. Old carved street signs……. Tombstone in St. Paul’s graveyard,...

Wow, what a sunny weekend in NYC! Everyone was out and about. Here are a few shots of a stroll I took through Central Park. Come with me! Hills were covered...

…and made a note that I want to come back and see this exhibit at Gagosian before I leave….. …that’s what’s great about...

While mid-town Madison Avenue is impressive and international, the upper reaches of Madison Avenue feel like a small town. Side streets are tree lined....

      If you’ve never been to Lower Manhattan, the oldest and most historic section of New York City, then you should plan to go. So many reasons....

Even on a rainy day in New York you can still find outdoor farmers’ markets throughout the city. This one is called the 67th Street Farmers’...

A nightclub located in a former Episcopalian church. A disco ball disco haven for night owls and druggies. It became famous for a murder which was later...