"Max Neuhaus's Times Square is an invisible, unmarked block of sound at the north end of the pedestrian island. A rich harmonic sound texture emerges from a large underground vault covered by a gratin Read more.
Sandwiched between 520 Madison Ave bldg & Burger Heaven & mirroring Paley Park a couple of doors down this small respite w/ tables & chairs boasts something special...4 segments of the Berlin Wall! Read more.
To get in here, you need to become a member of, and take a tour organized by, the New York Transit Museum. Read more.
Go to the New Yorker and find the plaque (near the Bolt Bus stop) dedicated to inventor Nikola Tesla. He spent the last 10 years of his life at the hotel, dying there in 1943. Read more.
"Royal Tenenbaum bought the house on Archer Avenue," claims Wes Anderson's film, but if you're heading south from the 375th Street Y, we suggest stopping by the corner of 144th and Convent instead. Read more.