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The Standard Hotel, East Village, New York

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By Zolton in Cool Travel on Thursday 17 October 2013

I had the recent pleasure of staying at the beautiful Standard Hotel in downtown Manhattan and be immersed at the same time in the ever-changing cultural and culinary scene that envelopes the East Village of New York. The building is 21 stories high, with 145 rooms, most of which have floor to ceiling windows and […]

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Old New York City photos superimposed on current ones

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Wednesday 16 October 2013

Ever gone into an old building and said to yourself, ‘I wonder if anything spectacular happened here’. No? Ok, maybe that’s just me then. But Marc Hermann, a professional news photographer, has created a Now & Then series of different places in New York. He has superimposed old photos from the Daily News Photo Archive […]

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New York tourists, here’s a tip from a very rude puppet

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By Inigo del Castillo in Cool Travel on Tuesday 15 October 2013

Hello there New York tourist, nice to meet you. Now get out of the way, ya jerk! You just met Johnny T, he’s like a muppet, but with a New York accent. He’s part of Glove and Boots, a web series starring puppets. In this video, he gives us tips on how to be a […]

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Extraordinary photos of New York drag queens in half drag

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By Tristan Rayner in New Photography on Tuesday 8 October 2013

The illusion and fantasy of drag is presented in this brilliant collection by New York-based photographer, Leland Bobbé, who has captured portraits of stunning drag queens in half drag for his ongoing project ‘Half-Drag…A Different Kind of Beauty’. These images are not digitally composed or altered, instead captured in a single photo by Bobbé. [Read […]

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Banksy announces a month long takeover of the walls of New York

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By Zolton in New Art on Wednesday 2 October 2013

That mysterious dark lord of the street art world, Banksy, has struck again, in his typically cryptic, enigmatic way. He’s been expertly fueling the flames of innuendo via his website of late, posting new work in LA and New York and alluding to a possible uninvited (but much appreciated) takeover of the walls of Manhattan with the accompanying statement: ‘Better Out Than In. An artists residency on the streets of New York.’ Ah huh.

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Overheard in New York: the crazy things New Yorkers say

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By Annie Churdar in Cool Websites on Tuesday 24 September 2013

Oh, the things you hear while on the street in New York City! This fantastic collection of memorable quotes had me laughing and nodding. They’re all so accurate. Whether you’re reading for fun or want to participate by submitting quotes, Overheard in New York is living poetry. One of my personal favorites: Cop: Come on, you’re […]

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Cat Fashion Week in New York: photos by Nadia Chaudhury

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By Annie Churdar in New Fashion on Monday 23 September 2013

These fancy felines are ready to hit the cat-walk! Last August, New York’s top cats gathered at the annual Cat Fashion Show at the Algonquin Hotel to raise money for underprivileged kitties. Thankfully, photographer Nadia Chaudhury was there on the prowl for the “purrfect” shot. All together, several thousand dollars were raised during the benefit. Bravo kitties. Bravo.

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Vintage New York crime photos brought to the modern day

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By Francis Andrews in New Photography on Wednesday 18 September 2013

Following on from the concept of superimposing World War Two photos into their modern-day locations, this wiley Photoshopper has taken vintage New York crime scene shots and brought them into the 21st Century. It makes for quite eerie viewing, providing as it does a snapshot of the Big Apple in its less glamourous days.

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Paintings depict scenes of extraordinary New Yorkers doing ordinary things

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By Darwin Cosico in New Art on Tuesday 10 September 2013

New York is known for many things and one of them is a place where you’re most likely to see a celebrity doing ordinary things. It’s a known fact that Woody Allen can always be spotted at his weekly clarinet set at Café Carlyle – a tiny supper club inside the Carlyle Hotel on Madison Avenue. So it’s not surprising that Tom Sanford’s latest work caught my attention.

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40 Days of Dating in New York

Mareike Muller Contributor

By Mareike Muller in New Trends on Monday 2 September 2013

Being a single isn’t easy, but being a single who dates isn’t easier at all. Especially in big cities like New York, the life of a dating single is rough and tiresome. That’s why two good friends and graphic designers, Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman, decided to start this very committed project called 40 days […]

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Before and after photos of New York’s Meatpacking District

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By Darwin Cosico in New Photography on Friday 30 August 2013

Known by the official name as the Gansevoort Market Historic District, the Meatpacking District has quickly transformed itself into one of Manhattan’s trendiest and most expensive neighbourhoods. Yet it has miraculously managed to hold onto most of its original charm. New York-based photographer Brian Rose took his old 1985 photos of the Meatpacking District and traveled back […]

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Underground New York Public Library

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By Low Lai Chow in New Photography on Monday 26 August 2013

Have you seen the Underground New York Public Library? Well, it’s not an actual library, but a blog featuring NYC subway commuters — with their candid snapshots taken by Ourit Ben-Haim — focused on burying their noses into their books while they travel to their destinations. It’s simply magical.

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New York garbage for sale

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By Low Lai Chow in New Trends on Tuesday 13 August 2013

As they say, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Artist Justin Gignac enterprisingly started selling city garbage ‘hand-picked from the fertile streets of New York‘ in 2001 after a colleague questioned the merits of package design.

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Twentyfourx7: a photo-blog of New York City

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By Sam Smith in New Photography on Friday 9 August 2013

Having spent the past two months in New York City, Chris Godfrey gives the viewer a personal insight into his trip. A mix of both reportage and portrait photography, a sense of experience has been captured when looking through the photos. Every picture has a little story behind it, with my favourite being Bin on […]

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+ POOL: crowd-funded floating pool that filters New York’s East River

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By Rebekah Rhoden in Architecture on Thursday 11 July 2013

This might just be the coolest idea we’ve ever heard of. The concept started out with a simple question: how can you make it possible for everyone to swim in clean river water in NYC? A group of NYC-based designers figured out a way to make this happen; create a floating pool that acts as […]

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