While New York’s Met and MoMA get all the buzz, this city is actually home to a stunning 80-plus museums–many of which would be the star attraction in a town less culturally gifted than our own. Before the fall blockbuster exhibitions open, check out the lesser-known gems.
The Tenement Museum
97 Orchard Street
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On a recent sunny afternoon, the actress Tatum O’Neal arrived at the doorstep of the Forward Building.
The terra-cotta-and-brick-clad Neoclassical edifice on East Broadway, facing Seward Park, got its name from the newspaper it was built to house, the Jewish Daily Forward. Portraits of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, carved carefully into the yellow-brown façade, Read More
The New York Sun is reporting today about proposals to establish a historic district in the Lower East Side.
Developers will not be into the idea. And neither is NYU professor Mitchell Moss.
“This area is gradually blossoming with young people, new eateries, and the like, and this will turn it into a Read More