Josephine Dorado

Josephine Dorado

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6 places updated May 20, 2013
There are plenty of lists featuring NYC's more famed architecture such as the Flatiron, Guggenheim, IAC, & Chrysler buildings. This is for those interested in exploring slightly off the beaten path.
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10 places updated April 12, 2012
Fave fitness shenanigans in the city: yoga, Pilates, TRX, & aerial
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10 places including CAVA, reBar, Center For Performance Research, Americas Society (Council of the Americas)
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    "400 ft long mural designed by students at Academy for Urban Planning. Tells history of Bushwick, including immigration, 1977 fires & Sankofa bird,symbolizing need to acknowledge past while moving fwd."
    Josephine DoradoJosephine Dorado · April 12, 2012
    Historic Site
    · Brooklyn, United States
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    "Check the gorgeous masonry on this red brick & terracotta bldg, built c.1884 by architect William Schickel. Originally a medical clinic for German immigrants, it's now hdquarters to ?What If! co."
    Josephine DoradoJosephine Dorado · April 12, 2012
    Historic Site
    · New York, United States
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    "T5 was designed by choreographer Jerry Mitchell & architect David Rockwell. The design eliminates criss-crossing & opts for circles & airy atriums. Free wifi, good food & plentiful places to plug-in."
    Josephine DoradoJosephine Dorado · April 12, 2012
    Terminal
    · Queens, United States
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    "This Dutch colonial farmhouse is the oldest remaining farmhouse in Manhattan and a reminder of NYC's rural past. Built by Dutch farmer William Dyckman, c. 1784, it opened as a museum in 1916."
    Josephine DoradoJosephine Dorado · April 12, 2012
    History Museum
    · New York, United States
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    "Absolute nom. Inspired by Filipino & Thai influences, Chef King Phojanakong creates tastiness like scallops w bacon & kalamansi & lechon kawali. Go thru the unmarked door & upstairs to find this gem."
    Josephine DoradoJosephine Dorado · April 12, 2012
    Asian
    · New York, United States
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