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Alamo by Bernard (Tony) Rosenthal
E 8th St & Lafayette St (Astor Place Traffic Island)
"The massive steel sculpture, officially titled Alamo, weighs in at one ton. People come to spin it, just as the artist intended."
Union Square Metronome
1 Union Sq S
"The winner of a national competition organized in 1996 by Public Art Fund, this widely criticized work explores time, history and the city’s perpetual movement."
Duke Ellington Memorial by Robert Graham
5 Avenue A (Duke Ellington Circle)
"Great place friday afterrnoons just before sunset."
Broadway & 7th Ave (btwn 42nd & 47th St)
"Astonishing view, delightful, incredible... More than words can say... )))"
Central Park West (at W 72nd St)
"Down the path a bit on Saturdays and Sundays in spring and fall, have a listen to the Jazz Collection. Best. Jazz. Ever."
625 8th Ave (btwn W 40th & W 41st St)
"For snacks or beverages it is usually cheaper than any of the Hudson news stands by far"
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