Tag Archive | Broadway

NYC – Street Art

Outdoor Art in Manhattan Now that the warmer season is upon us the city begins, almost weekly, presenting us with interesting things for us to see. I happened to be on Broadway on the upper west side and noticed a new sculpture being placed in a plaza. Later I read a few press reports and […]

NYC -The National Museum of the American Indian -Lower Manhattan – Free

The National Museum of the American Indian This is one building you can’t miss! One Bowling Green facing Broadway and Trinity Streets. Just a stones throw from the famous “Wall Street Bull”. And, only a short walk from Castle Clinton and the Statue of Liberty boat entrance.       The U.S. Custom House is […]

NYC – Endangered Bird Murals

Every year, during May, Jane’s Walks organization puts together free walks throughout the boroughs of New York City. One that caught my eye was a walk in the northern Manhattan neighborhood of Hamilton Heights and Washington heights. It is a project that is attempting to create 314 murals of endangered birds. It is called the […]

The Magic Flute – Opera _ NYC Public Library – Performing Arts -Lincoln Center

Magical Designs for Mozart’s Magic Flute is at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (Lincoln Center) until August 27, 2016     Let me begin by confessing that I have never attended an opera.    I happened to be on my way home from the Time Warner Building (earlier blog) and stopped in […]

NYC -Automobile Row

NYC -Automobile Row

Automobile Row   https://thombradley.wordpress.com/2014/01/14/nyc-automobile-row-2/ Walking along Broadway and 57th Street,  I have often marveled at the large ground-floor windows and wondered why they were so large. An article in the NY Times mentioned that some of these buildings were part of an area was once called Automobile Row.  Short History In the first decade of the […]

Christmas in New York City – windows of the Upper west Side

Christmas in NYC – uws Most visitors come to New York City during the Holiday Season to see the Christmas Tree, Bryant Park, 5th Avenue and/ or several museums. Also, many will visit he major stores and Holiday Tents (Set up in many parks throughout Manhattan). The city really helps you get the feel of […]