Posted on March 31, 2014
Posted on March 18, 2014
A place of wonder and mystery, the beautiful Adler Planetarium is right on Lake Michigan. I think it’s also a very good looking building. I haven’t been to my local planetarium in NY for quite a while, it’s time to stop by.
Posted on March 17, 2014
This is a simple roll thru Times Square on a cold, spring morning on March 17th 2014. I see more things every time I watch it.
Posted on March 14, 2014
I’ve been around the world, been to tons of concerts, but I have never spent the evening at a dance club. Am I missing out? I love the entrance to the Electric Room on 16th Street in NYC.
Posted on March 13, 2014
The beautiful El Dorado inherited it’s exotic name from the 8 story 1902 luxury structure that preceded it. Located directly across from the reservoir, it takes up the whole blockfront of 90th to 91st street on Central Park West. Construction in 1929 couldn’t have begun at a worse time. By 1931 the Stock market crash put it into foreclosure. It is the farthest north of the four twin spired buildings on CP West. Famous residents have included Michael J Fox, Alec Baldwin, Moby, Garrison Keiller and Faye Dunaway. The El Dorado is one of the finest art deco structures in the city. (wikipedia)
Posted on March 11, 2014
By March, the lake is a good indicator of what kind of winter you’ve had. In the past decade it has usually thawed by the first day of spring. Not this year. We’ve had a very, very cold winter in New York.
Posted on March 10, 2014
No more egg and bacons sandwiches at 69 Gansevoort St. Just steps from the end of the Highline NYC, the location and the air rights above were recently purchased by a developer for 8.6 Million.