Vessel Rises at the Hudson Yards Photos Architecturally speaking there’ve been quite a number of ‘exciting’ developments, projects and visions in as far as our city’s concerned. Some truly manage to capture the imagination and others leave a bit to be desired. As with art I suppose it’s all a matter of the beholder’s eye.
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Whiteface Mountain & Mount Mansfield Although the page title above might have one believing there’s some sort of competition going on; the views to be had at either one of these locales are grand creations of beauty in their own rights. We’ve been visiting Whiteface Mountain for over ten years now. We never tire of
World-Class Contemporary Artists Donate Works To 2015 Tribeca Film Festival Artists Awards Program Sponsored By Chanel Original work by Daniel Arsham, Robert Bordo, Elizabeth Colomba, Stephen Hannock, Prune Nourry, Jean Pagliuso, Clifford Ross, and Piers Secunda will be awarded to winning filmmakers at 14th annual TFF following public exhibition at Tribeca Film Festival at Spring
Palisades Shopping Center When it comes to size this shopping mall happens to rank #11 amongst the largest in America as of the time of this writing. This mega shopping center has four floors with vast sections set aside for parking. Located in West Nyack, New York just beyond the Tappan Zee Bridge one’s sure to
NY Mets – Citifield Ballpark – Old Shea Stadium Our NY Mets On October 6, 1969 – The Mets won their first National League Championship against the Braves in 3 games, 7-4, and went on to their first World Series Championship on October 16th against the Baltimore Orioles in a 5-3 game victory. They went
9 W Sunnyside Ln, Irvington, NY 10533 Sunnyside, a National Historic Landmark and part of the Historic Hudson Valley network of sights offers one and all a rich educational glimpse into the life of Washington Irving (1783-1859). Irvington Founded in 1692 as Camptown, was renamed in honor of the American author Washington Irving in 1852.