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Comment by Anil on April 21, 2015 at 10:29pm

My Congratulations too, to Eric.

Comment by Ed Wetschler on April 18, 2015 at 8:51am

Congratulations to tour guide and historian Erik Washington upon winning the Leon Levy Center for Biography (CUNY Grad) writing fellowship.

Comment by David Paul Appell on September 15, 2013 at 12:47pm

A fun shot I took recently in Times Square - I'm calling it "burqas and boobs":

Comment by Ed Wetschler on August 8, 2013 at 1:53pm

Hey, travel media members: Free office space this month in Chelsea:

Comment by edwhatamidoinghere on June 16, 2013 at 7:04am


New York skyline at sunset - New York City

7 more pics of New York City... This is NYC in spring: the colours of the Great Apple are shining under the sun!
From the noise and the traffic of the 5th Avenue to the quiet of Central Park. John Lennon's Imagine wishing for a better future. Lights and reflections of a wonderful city, where dimensions and proportions offer always a new prospective to see the life. CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE NEW PHOTOS

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7 más fotos de la ciudad de Nueva York ... Esto es Nueva York en la primavera: los colores de la Gran Manzana son brillantes bajo el sol!

Desde el ruido y el tráfico de la 5 ª Avenida con la tranquilidad de Central Park. John Lennon Imagine que el deseo de un futuro mejor. Las luces y los reflejos de una ciudad maravillosa, donde las dimensiones y proporciones ofrecen siempre una nueva perspectiva de ver la vida. Haga clic aquí para ver las  nuevas 7 fotos 

(Haga clic aquí para ver las otras 7 fotos de NYC ya publicados en e...

Comment by Evelyn Kanter on November 1, 2012 at 1:53pm

NYC parks have been devastated by Hurricane Sandy -- trees down, historic carousels damaged, etc.  Anybody who's ever visited Central Park, High Line, Prospect Park knows how precious and valuable these urban green spaces are.  Help the recovery by donating directly to the public-private partnerships that support our NYC parks.  List and links here --

Comment by Ed Wetschler on October 1, 2012 at 9:07am

Festival Flamenco Gitano starts Oct. 5th:

Comment by Tripatini on June 11, 2012 at 3:18pm
Comment by Anil on March 30, 2012 at 11:14am

Patagonia has been in that area from eons.  Much has to do with large inexpensive rental space per sqft than in mid town or UES etc. In terms of foot falls. Demographics rather than High Income is more important, because Income levels in UWS and UES are way above the area surrounding Prince, Wooster, W Broadway. 

Comment by SuitcaseReady on March 29, 2012 at 9:28pm

Soho=high income. High income people tend to be outdoorsy and participate in expensive outdoor pursuits. Probably why Tents & Trails survives downtown. Plus, there is more room for bigger stores like that new REI store. Icebreaker also has a store in the strip with Zadig & Voltaire in the Meatpacking district (talk about weird placement) but they must have done research before picking that location. 




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