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New York at Christmas Time

The holidays are a time when many of us are reluctantly pushed into public places to go through the motions about being happy about the holidays. 729 more words

Notes From A Polite New Yorker

Favorite Things Lately, Volume 7

1 The Whispering Gallery in Grand Central Terminal: Stand in the corner of the domed chamber outside the entrance to Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant… 411 more words

New York City

Supertrain 1979

NBC Television/Dan Curtis Production

How did I miss this late-70’s movie on rails?  NBC invested big bucks in promoting and creating this pilot movie and just eight TV episodes — none of which I ever saw when it first came out.  532 more words

Hundreds of protesters stage die-in at Grand Central Terminal

MIDTOWN, Manhattan (PIX11) – The protests continued into the weekend. The fourth day of rallies and marches following a grand jury’s decision not to indict a police officer in the death of Staten Island resident Eric Garner. 73 more words


On the near-death of Grand Central Terminal

From Harper’s Magazine:

Many consider the destruction of New York’s original Pennsylvania Station in 1963 to have been the architectural crime of the twentieth century. But few know how close we came to also losing its counterpart, Grand Central Terminal, a hub every bit as irreplaceable.

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Architecture And Cities

New York, New York, so good they named it twice

Last year I realized a dream that I had had for many years. I was at last able to visit the city of my dreams; New York. 3,068 more words

9/11 Memorial