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Watching the ball drop from Time Square is a must at least once in my life given its on my bday!

Tips for Watching the Ball Drop in Times Square

Wow! They had cajones in the 1930s

NYC skyscraper building worker, by Charles Clyde Ebbets. This image gives me the heebie jeebies.

Under the rain!! She looks great!!

Vintage Bicycles by Papillionaire specialises in retro and city bikes for the urban life. Customize your Commuter, Classic and Dutch bike online or shop in our New York, Brooklyn store.

Mew York City parking circa 1930

Vertical parking, This was an “elevator garage” in Chicago, 33 W. It held up to 48 cars. Workers simply drove into the elevator car, parked in their sky-high slots, then walked along the fire escape to their offices.

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other

Simply breathtaking--the view, the woman, the dress, the picture, NYC

See the two little figures looking out the second-floor window facing south in the building on the corner? Supposedly it's a young Teddy Roosevelt and his brother Elliot (future father of Eleanor);...

Who is watching Lincoln’s funeral procession?

Abe Lincoln’s funeral procession in New York City, April The house on the left, on the corner of St. & Broadway, is that of Cornelius Roosevelt. The 2 young boys looking out of the window are Teddy Roosevelt and his brother Elliott,

new york 1800's - lower east side tenements

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art by Anne Valverde http://annevalverde.com/portfolios/

Are You Putting Your Brand Reputation to Sleep

This is by Anne Valverde. she has used the concept of strong bold colours in blocks - like pop art, superimposed over the original image to make this beautiful piece of art.

"We built this city."

In New York* concrete jungle where dreams are made of. Theres nothing you cant do* now youre in New York. These streets will make you feel brand new. Big lights will inspire you* lets hear it for New York* New York* NEW YORK.

Dinner with a view!

Trucks by Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream.There are now six trucks and three stores around Brooklyn and Manhattan serving their house made ice creams, Toby's Estate Coffee and fresh pastries from the Van Leeuwen Artisan Bakery.

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