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The Meaning-Seeker's Guide to NYC

There’s a reason the night sky plays such an active role in nearly every culture dating back millennia. It is our tether to the scope of everything. 731 more words

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Parole senza musica - Philip Glass

“La musica è la forza unificatrice che trascina lo spettatore dall’inizio alla fine, quale che sia l’ambito: operistico, teatrale, coreutico o cinematografico. E’ una forza che non viene dalle immagini, dal movimento o dalle parole.” 490 more words

Letteratura Su Musica

Say Hi to NYC's Second Avenue Subway

ON NEW YEAR’S DAY, New York City opened its first new subway line in over half a century — well, three new stops, anyway. The far Upper East Side, once a pain to get to, is newly accessible via these three stops along Second Avenue at 72nd Street, 86th Street and 96th Street (it’s the yellow”Q” line on the map below). 318 more words


The Little Subway Line that Could

When I was your age I had to walk three avenues, uphill!, in the snow to get to the train. You kids have it easy with the 2nd Avenue Subway. 434 more words

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Talking about subway art

Granted, beautiful artwork adorns many of New York’s subway stations, but the works featured at the newly opened Second Avenue Subway are our current darlings – and with very good reason! 125 more words

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Hamptons Art News & To Dos

Congrats to our friend Durell Godfrey, whose next great book has officially happened! Durell will be signing copies of her adult coloring book, “ 488 more words

Second Avenue Subway Ribbon Cutting

Governor Cuomo Hails Second Avenue Subway
By Michelle Deal Winfield
Published 01/01/17, Https://eyesblink.wordpress.com/blog

On Friday, December 30, 2016, Governor Andrew Cuomo, congratulated the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Chairman and CEO, Thomas Prendergast for meeting the deadline of completing the Second Avenue Subway at the 86th Street Subway station. 310 more words