Blog Posts - New York City



Identity Crisis

It’s starting to feel like Groundhog Day. The movie, I mean. As a child I was taught never to talk to strangers, but that’s a little hard to maintain in New York City. You’re never really alone there. Standing in … Continue reading →...

Interview With ‘Cotton’ Writer/Director Casey Rose Daniel

Earlier this fall, I attended the New York City Horror Film Festival in Chelsea. The festival finished its 16th successful campaign and featured 50-60 full length and short films. I found myself gravitating towards the short films, of which usually t...
by Geeks of Doom on Dec 16, 2016

Martin Armstrong: ‘The United States Will Most Likely Break Apart By 2036’

Back on January 27, 2016, I asked: Do any readers follow Martin Armstrong, economist at Armstrong Economics (and former chairman of Princeton Economics International Ltd.) and the creator of the Economic Confidence Model? While the jury’s still out...
by Survival And Prosperity on Dec 1, 2016

Apartment Rents: What Goes Up, Must Come Down! [del.icio.us]

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by The Political Commentator on Sep 2, 2016

White Girl (2016) Trailer

White GirlWhite Girl is an American film written and directed by Elizabeth Wood in her directorial debut. It stars Morgan Saylor, Brian Marc, India Menuez, Adrian Martinez, Anthony Ramos, Ralph Rodriguez, Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Chris Noth and Justin...
by Film trailers World on Sep 2, 2016

#WordlessWednesday – Statue of Liberty

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Zuccotti Park

Zuccotti Park in New York City (USA) is actually privately owned. It is a famous park where the Occupy Wall Street activists’ campground located. While the park’s flooring has several historical […]...
by indahs travel photography on Aug 15, 2016

The Plaza Hotel – Where to have a Luxurious Breakfast in New York

If you are similar to me, than you need to travel on a budget. You regularly brew your coffee at home, you toast a bagel and eat it on the go, or you stop in for the odd Egg McMuffin now and then. You look for a reputable hostel to stay the night and...
by Fill My Passport on Aug 12, 2016

Book Review: The German Girl by Armando Lucas Correa

The author weaves in true events with his story. The tragic case of the St. Louis, German transatlantic liner with 288 passengers escaping certain death...

Could you live..

..without a mobile phone? Monochrome Monday.Filed under: Monochrome Monday, New York Tagged: black and white, monochrome, monochrome images, Monochrome Monday, monochrome photography, New York City, New York Public Library...
by indahs travel photography on Aug 8, 2016

Rainy Day in NYC

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NYC Hotel Feels Like Your Own Apartment on Park

It’s not easy to stand out in the renowned NYC hotel market, but Maramara Park Avenue has caught travelers’ attention with rooms that feel like your own New York apartment on Park and a spa straight out of the Mediterranean.  The company enliste...
by khairuddinuad on Jul 30, 2016

Equal Frights

Working in Midtown Manhattan, it’s rare for a week to go by without passing through a street that’s set up for a film or television shoot. New York isn’t the largest city in the world, nor does it have the … Continue reading →...

Another visit to The High Line

I spent a good part of the day Thursday at The High Line in New York City. It is one of my favorite places on earth. It overstimulates and relaxes me at the same time. It is one of the greatest juxtapositions of urban and meadow I’ve ever seen.
by An Obessive Neurotic Gardener on Jul 22, 2016

13 foot Captain America statue makes its San Diego Comic Con debut along with an exclusive Captain America comic.

The upcoming 13 foot statue of Captain America that will be making its way to Brooklyn has made its debut at San Diego Comic Con today.The statue will be moved to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park on August 10 for the month, then be on display at the B...
by Realm Beyond Sight on Jul 20, 2016

Best of the 21st Century - So Far

Metropolis Magazine has named the 16 best architectural projects of the 21st century, and they include two well-known landscape projects. The High Line -- designed by James Corner Field Operations with Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Dutch designer and...
by Garden Design Online on Jul 16, 2016

Montreal Impact vs New York City FC en Vivo – MLS – Domingo 17 de Julio del 2016

Aquí te traemos los enlaces en donde podrás seguir el partido en vivo y en directo entre los equipos Montreal Impact vs New York City FC en una jornada más de la MLS de Estados Unidos en vivo por Internet...Leer Más...
by Sitios Total on Jul 13, 2016

New York City Ultra-Luxury Real Estate - Is The Sky Falling Or... [del.icio.us]

Has the market reached a tipping point or is this merely the pause that refreshes?
by The Political Commentator on Jul 12, 2016

AT HOME WITH JONATHAN ADLER

I’ve always admired Jonathan Adler‘s bold and playful style, so I was eager to get a glimpse into his New York City apartment for a taste of how he lives at home. Although he has quite a cohesive look, it’s always interesting to see...
by Thou Swell on Jul 11, 2016

NEW YORK CITY - The Rent Racket

"New York Isn’t Telling Tenants They May Be Protected From Big Rent Hikes" by Cezary Podkul, ProPublica 7/6/2016Note:  This is also a Greed File.ExcerptDue to an error by state officials, rent limits on tens of thousands of New York City apart...
by Mage Soapbox on Jul 7, 2016


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