People tend to check in during these times:
Alamo, also known as the Astor Place Cube or simply The Cube, is an outdoor sculpture by Bernard (Tony) Rosenthal, located on Astor Place, in the East Village, Manhattan, New York City. It takes the form of a black cube, 8 feet (2.4 m) long on each side, mounted on a corner.
Few years back some kids turned it into a Rubik's cube. Google it!
Use your legs not your back.
Did you know it spins?
Fantastic to use as a meeting spot,
In honor of you Matt!
Yes! You can spin it! Don't be shy!
Spin it, duh.
Catch a live show!
It's identical cousin "Endover" is in Ann Arbor on the U of M campus (behind the Union)
Madewell's Denim Roadtrip will be at Astor Place on 4/12/12 on between 12-7pm. Stop by for some very special surprises, including a styling station, a hair-braiding bar and a secret deal.
It's a nice meeting spot. And people like to spin it, lol.
Meet your group and spin the cube, if you can!
Where you'll meet your guide. If you turn the cube you may be considered and honorary New Yorker
"meet you where?" "just meet me at the Cube on Astor! you'll see it!"
So many Asians here... including me!
Where the decepticons at?!
Who doesn't love the satisfaction you get from moving huge objects? Come to Cooper Square and push this cube around to show off your superhuman strength!
Who doesn't love the satisfaction you get from moving huge objects? Come to Copper Square and push this cube around to show off your superhuman strength!
It spins! Or maybe you're spun.
A lot of beautiful women im this area!!!!!
A great spot to just chill or just wait for Friends to arrive. Always a note able spot in Astor place. "hey I'm at the cube".
One person can get the cube rotating, just push the CORNER of the cube and drive forward with your legs
Don't hurt your self trying to spin it!
Good for a spin at 4am when you're drunk
It usually takes two people pushing to spin the cube.
I have tried spinning it tens of times and for the life of me I can't get it to move. Any tips?
Every person that moves to NYC is supposed to spin it around once to gain good luck.
Not correct location on google maps.