intersection 09.29.10

Newww.York

Today's main image is The Met by Joseph O. Holmes of joe's nyc




Patrick Downey, author of two books on NY's criminal underworld, brings dusty murders back to life on Dead Guys in Suits: "old world gangsters who were rubbed out doing what they loved most."
Perversely invigorating.



Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation has added a new section to its already useful site which tracks every application for building alteration or demolition in the Village and surrounding neighborhoods. Interesting for serious preservationists as well as casual looky-loos.



Alan Gilbert, Music Director of the NY Philharmonic, in addition to his baton twirling, now blogs Curiously Random. His first (and last) post was eight days ago—come on, man, you've got to feed the beast!



Two intrepid New Yorkers scope the city for the unexpected in the engaging Backyard Beat



Oh, no you didn't. Standing between subway doors. Feet on seats. Putting your stuff on the seat next to you. Eddie Going's blog Going With Eddie documents the endless infractions down under.



Amusing the Zillion: "A former carny kid casts an insider's eye on the amusement business, Coney Island, and fun places in between."




What "a misfit, geek, nerd, otaku, or fanboy (or fangirl)" should do
in NYC today. Nerd York City.











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