NYT Cooking: This casserole may upset some mashed potato purists, but take heart: one bite and they'll be won over. The genius of this recipe, besides its utter deliciousness, is that it can be made the day before, or even two. Cook the potatoes, assemble the casserole, wrap tightly and store it in the refrigerator. When dinnertime comes, dust it with the cheese, butter and bread%2...
Alphabet City, Lower East Side, New York City 91
Alphabet City. Lower East Side/East Village, New York City. -- View more of my photography at my website NY Through The Lens. To purchase any of my work as prints or cards, view my site gallery and store for info here. To use any of my photos commercially, simply click the link which reads "Request to license Vivienne Gucwa's photos via Getty Images". This link can be found on the bottom right corner of the page of the photo you are interested in using.
Book Review: Life On the Lower East Side: Photographs By Rebecca Lepkoff, 1937-1950
Real people of real streets Rebecca Lepkoff must have been an interesting person because how many other people would have taken photos like these? Cameras were for creating permanent records of family snaps, weddings and other uplifting occasions not the grit and grime of a working class neighborhood. The map near the front of the book outlines the Lower East Side in 1939 and
New York in Black and White
NEW YORK IN BLACK AND WHITE http://wirednewyork.com/images/nycbw/001.jpg Woolworth http://wirednewyork.com/images/nycbw/002.jpg West St., 1885 http://wirednewyork.com/images/nycbw/003.jpg Herald Sq., 1888. 6th Ave. El.
Lower East Side of New York City in 1980
In 1980, photographer Brian Rose documented the streets and buildings of New York City's Lower East Side, with fellow photographer Ed Fausty, using a 4x5 view camera. It was the neighborhood's darkest, but most creative moment. While buildings crumbled and burned, artists and musicians came to explore and express the edgy quality of the place. And then again three decades later, in 2010, he began re-photographing the neighborhood, working alone this time. The result is a book titled Time and…
Home - Lower East Side History Project
Lower East Side History Project (LESHP) is an award-winning non-profit organization dedicated to researching, documenting and preserving the history of the greater Lower East Side of New York City. We offer public and private WALKING TOURS seven days a week.