Look for Rob Pruitt’s The Andy Monument at the northwest corner of Union Square. The monument to Andy Warhol, the father of Pop Art and one of New York’s cultural icons, is installed just outside the building that housed Warhol’s “Factory” for more than ten years in the 1970s and early 1980s. Like the nearby […]
Last week was a tough one here in NYC. But now, as a chill returns to the air, it’s time to relax and have a little fun. So, how perfect to have the annual NY Craft Beer Week begin today. Every day through September 25th will feature numerous events all over the city, including tastings, beer […]
“Damn. It’s already 8:58,” I grumbled, glancing at the morning show graphic on the television screen. I was running late for work… again. I rushed to the bathroom to brush my teeth and searched for my brown loafers. “Will I need a jacket?” A walk to the window revealed a crystalline blue sky. The air […]
The PBS news program “Need to Know” featured this very moving segment on New Yorkers coping with the loss of loved ones on 9/11. Watch it here. They also created a beautiful slideshow of loving tributes.
This beautiful video montage of Manhattan features Gershwin’s classic “Rhapsody in Blue.” While this footage is relatively recent, note Times Square before it became “pedestrianized.”
Another beautiful time lapse film of New York City, this one by James Ogle.
In this short film by Redglass Pictures, emerge from the New York subway… and find yourself in a new, sometimes unexpected world. The filmmakers aptly describe this montage as a “visual poem.”