Photoville: Photojournalism On Social Issues That Need Our Attention

What first impresses you about Photoville, an outdoor photojournalistic exhibitition, are the 55 shipping containers stacked onto two floors, filling up Brooklyn Bridge Park. They’ll hand you a map when you walk onto the grounds so you can find exactly what you want. It feels like a small town with pedestrian streets between the containers. So what exactly is there to see at Photoville This … Continue reading Photoville: Photojournalism On Social Issues That Need Our Attention

Don’t Miss Lombardi’s Pizza If You Visit New York

We didn’t know what to expect as we headed to Lombardi’s Pizzeria. Over 5,000 reviews on Yelp and an average 4-star rating gave us hope, but we also read specific reviews like these: “…they nickel and dimed us over everything. $8 for a cheap house wine, $10 for a pitcher of soda, $4-$6 per topping” and “Don’t settle for Lombardi’s pizza, even if it’s legendary” … Continue reading Don’t Miss Lombardi’s Pizza If You Visit New York

Don’t Let The Extreme NYC Weather Ruin Your Day: Visit The NYC Transit Museum

New Yorkers put up with extreme heat and humidity in the summer and bitter cold in the winter. Sometimes it’s necessary to find something to do indoors. On this 13-degree day (-10C), We walked past the entrance to the Transit museum twice, not realizing that the steps leading down to the de-commissioned Court Street subway station was the entrance. They couldn’t have chosen a more … Continue reading Don’t Let The Extreme NYC Weather Ruin Your Day: Visit The NYC Transit Museum