I recently read a book published in 1988, City for Sale: Ed Koch and the Betrayal of New York, by Jack Newfield and Wayne Barrett, who were investigative reporters of that time. 514 more words
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New York is an outlier in Lou Reed’s discography. The 1989 album—his fifteenth—is arguably his most straight-forward, track after track of stunningly simple music, just featuring a few guitars and Reed’s deadpan and utterly dry cutting lyrics. 1,053 more words
In order to revamp the historic Times Square Theater, Stillman Development International is demolishing most of the building and jacking it up five feet.
Stillman is teaming up with architecture firm Beyer Blinder Belle and equity partner Daishin Securities to construct a new 50,000-square-foot retail building behind the theater’s limestone facade, at a cost of $100 million. 541 more words
I’ll never forget what I thought when I saw the Niagara Falls, Ontario skyline for the first time: wow, look at that cool space age tower. 1,678 more words