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While walking around the city, I sometimes run into a small event such as a parade or block party. These are the times when the city really shows off its diversity. Many people are familiar with parades such as the West Indian, Puerto Rican and St. Patrick’s Day parade. Occasionally though, the smaller […]
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 […]
Part One Lower Manhattan on a bright sunny day… hot, humid and in need of “coolness”. What better way to escape but to visit the NYC Museum of the American Indian. The museum is located in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House at One Bowling Green in New York City. ( more on this on […]
The Explorers Club Walking to Central Park along east 70th Street. I was intrigued by the façade of a building that looked like it was Elizabethan England. I Crossed the street to have a better look and peered through the heavy metal door. Inside, it looked like a private club all wood and leather […]
What is the most recognizable monument in Paris? – Would it be the The Arc de Triomphe? In NYC, we have several to select from but at least one person from Brooklyn may be more familiar with the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza. The soldiers and Sailors Monument dominates the Plaza […]
Mini Pop-Up Space Memorabilia Timed to coincide with the 48th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing Sotheby’s displayed a wide variety of material from both the American & Soviet space programs., I took some photos so I could share with you some of the collection. I imagine that these items may stay in […]
Pop-up Mini Blog The following were placed, for sale, in an on-line auction. Many of these had not been seen by the public but are currently on displsy st Sotheby’s.