Manhattan

Yoko Ono “The Riverbed” at Andrea Rosen Gallery

Yoko Ono, the Japanese artist and creative sixties icon, isn’t slowing down any time soon. At 82, she…

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Minimal Architecture in Chelsea

For those who don’t know, I work in West Chelsea. I also walk to work every day! Usually,…

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20 Photos That Will Inspire You to Visit Tribeca, NYC

Tribeca is one of my favorite neighborhoods in the city because it shares the architectural beauty of Soho…

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{new york coffee} Café La Cerra

Café La Cerra is an adorable café located on the east side of Manhattan. You’ll find black and…

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{photo diary} Flatiron

One of my absolute favorite places to take photos of the Empire State Building is in the Flatiron…

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La Pecora Bianca | Italian Coffee in New York

Just a block away from Madison Square Park is the Italian restaurant La Pecora Bianca. Since it’s along…

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Elizabeth Street Garden

The Elizabeth Street Garden is a (relatively) hidden gem in the middle of lower Manhattan. Created in the…

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Minimal Architecture in New York

It seems you can’t walk down a street in Manhattan these days without construction for a new property…

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{photo diary} Wandering the Streets of NoHo

Noho, also known as the area North of Houston has become somewhat of the anti-Soho, if I may….

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A Rainbow of Bicycles | TokyoBike

On the corner of Prince and Bowery was a line of 10 or so brightly colored bicycles that…

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{photo diary} A Quick Guide to Nolita, NYC

Are you planning to explore Nolita in NYC? In case you didn’t know, Nolita stands for North of…

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Madison Square Park

Coming home to New York was one of the happiest days of my year. I arrived on an…

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