We came across this mural of NYC, which includes the Freedom Tower and other buildings that have yet to be built, in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn.
This mural used to be a 9-11 mural. We are glad that people are finally beginning to forget and move on – at least when it comes to scenic murals.
There’s nothing quite like waking up early and having a park pretty much to oneself on a crisp autumn day.
Damn, it sure feels good to be a gangsta.
A view of the Pulitzer Fountain, which sits outside of the Plaza Hotel.
It’s also at the heart of Grand Army Plaza – of which NYC has at least two of.
We love coming across doorbells like this one.
“Give us a buzz, we live at the place with the arrow pointing at the buzzer.”
Since the year 2000, New York City has seen 19 hospitals close and shutter their doors. The City of New York has seen hospitals be figuratively gutted from neighborhoods. Now, St. Vincent’s Hospital has literally been gutted and torn down (condos are going up for rich folks who will likely not have to pay much, if any, property taxes on them).
We were shocked to see that the entire building that housed the emergency room of the hospital has been demolished and that not much is left of the others. But, New York City is all about change, we are changing towards a future where there are no hospitals left, because who needs to get sick and die when they are in the great city in the world. Right?