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nedhepburn:

Adrian Tomine, “New York Drawings”

moved back to CA. i love not being in sweaty armpit that is Manhattan, but some days i do miss this. 

nedhepburn:

Adrian Tomine, “New York Drawings

moved back to CA. i love not being in sweaty armpit that is Manhattan, but some days i do miss this. 

(Source: j0rch)

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“Above the Sea,” the short film that i produced, will be screening at Lincoln Center on May 4! if you’re in NY, i highly recommend getting tickets to the 2013 Columbia University Film Festival—lots of really great work this year by my peers. i’m so proud to be a part of it. 

Above the Sea,” the short film that i produced, will be screening at Lincoln Center on May 4! if you’re in NY, i highly recommend getting tickets to the 2013 Columbia University Film Festival—lots of really great work this year by my peers. i’m so proud to be a part of it. 

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iconoclassst:

Charles Ebbets shooting his famous “Lunch atop a Skyscraper” shot on the 69th floor of the GE Building, 1932

iconoclassst:

Charles Ebbets shooting his famous “Lunch atop a Skyscraper” shot on the 69th floor of the GE Building, 1932

(via interwar)

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"And there’s something else. On a regular basis, I will be walking around, going about my business, and I’ll see the Empire State Building or the Brooklyn Bridge and it’ll suddenly hit me again. My God. I live here. In a city some people dream their whole lives of just seeing once. That’s pretty goddamn magical."

from this post about “on not being middle class in New York City” (via remnant)

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as much as i bitch and moan about the lack of in-unit laundry or having to haul my groceries home with me on the subway, having had the opportunity to live in this city these last few years has been pretty fantastic. i’m going to miss it a lot.

(Source: lajoiedevivre, via nogreatillusion)

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6.57 miles: the Central Park loop and then some. So ready for the zombie apocalypse.

6.57 miles: the Central Park loop and then some. So ready for the zombie apocalypse.

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took my camera out for a walk {NYC | 12.11.12}.

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Manhattan’s Impending Uptown-Downtown Civil War: Who Will Win?

gawkercom:

Manhattan is a city divided by power: uptown thrives and strengthens on electricity and wifi and artisanal cheese, while downtown grows meaner and leaner with each passing day in the dark. There are 1.6 million coexisting on 23 square miles with a clear, dangerous divide between them, and power likely won’t return until the weekend. The center cannot hold. Chaos is imminent. And so we ask: Who will win the inevitable Uptown-Down Civil War of 2012? 

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i love the graphic. can’t we all just get along? 

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never thought i’d say this, but w00t MTA!
ex-genius:

subwaysavant:

imwithkanye:

NYC Subway. Hurricane Sandy Recovery Service Map. [pdf]

The MTA is actually kicking a fair amount of ass in terms of their recovery.

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never thought i’d say this, but w00t MTA!

ex-genius:

subwaysavant:

imwithkanye:

NYC Subway. Hurricane Sandy Recovery Service Map. [pdf]

The MTA is actually kicking a fair amount of ass in terms of their recovery.

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Lower Manhattan in the dark, as seen from the BQE {NYC, 10.31.12}.

Lower Manhattan in the dark, as seen from the BQE {NYC, 10.31.12}.

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except for some downed trees, all is good Uptown. so grateful to be living in the UWS {NYC, 10.30.12}.

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walking the Manhattan Bridge {NYC, 06.29.13}.

walking the Manhattan Bridge {NYC, 06.29.13}.

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views from The High Line at magic hour {NYC, 06.18.12}.

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impressions of New York in the rain {NYC, 06.13.12}.

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interning on a feature; location scouting with Radley, the director’s dog {06.06.13, NYC}.

interning on a feature; location scouting with Radley, the director’s dog {06.06.13, NYC}.

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Elvis’s Revenge at Vynl. om nom nom nom nom {NYC, 05.10.12}.

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