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Architecture NYC

The Lowline – Underground Park

Verdant oasis has been crammed into every nook and cranny of New York City. Some are eased between towering skyscrapers, while others are carved out of military posts and abandoned railroad tracks, with one even laid on top of landfills. But it is still not enough, I guess.   And now the latest target in the inquest to carve out more verdure is at the city’s subterranean level, i.e. the home to subways, sewage lines, and rats.   It’s amazing…

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St. Patrick’s Cathedral Trivia

The largest house of worships for Catholic in New York City, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is also one of finest buildings…

Exploring the Frick Collection

Elegantly sitting in the heart of New York, and offering a beautiful view of Central Park, the Frick Collection is…

The Sky Boys of NYC

During the time of its construction during 1931, the Empire State Building was a representative of rising hope and advancement.…

Discover the Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum has fascinated me from an early age. As an artist and a writer, I constantly gained inspiration…