Chrysler Building Spire

Executive Suites

Speaking of the Barclays… This above photo illustration of the Chrysler Building Spire sells the most for me, by far. It’s not hard to see why. It pops through the fog of the internet; it’s classic and simple. Safe, but with edges. People sometimes ask how I took it and I have no idea how

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The $1,200 Hoodie

Am I really about to justify a $1,200 hooded sweatshirt? Between Spring and Broome, on Greene St. in SoHo, lies an 1873 French Renaissance architectural masterpiece by Isaac F. Duckworth. The finest example of cast-iron architecture on the finest cast-iron block in the world, it was nicknamed, The King of Greene Street. “Duckworth’s French Second Empire cast

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False Idols

False Idols

The older I get, the more I wonder if the Amish got things right. I remember long-ago vaguely learning about cultures that feel a photograph can steal a person’s soul. More and more I also wonder about the validity of that statement. (And sorry, I tried to research more on this topic but the Google

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“It is the ambition of the New Yorker to live upon the Fifth Avenue, to take his airings in the [Central] Park, to sleep with his fathers in Green-Wood.” – The New York Times, 1866 Our Brooklyn neighborhood, within the larger Sunset Park, has recently been monikered as Greenwood Heights for its proximity to the

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