Spring flourishes in Grand Army Plaza in New York City.
Doyers Street, Chinatown, NYC
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A winter’s walk through a silent and slippery Central Park this morning.
Curious Planet: Paris vs. New York
New York’s Museum of Modern Art is currently hosting the first major Willem de Kooning retrospective. Critic Lloyd Schwartz says the exhibit traces the development of de Kooning’s entire career, along with the little detours he took along the way.
Woman I (1950-52) is one of the works featured in de Kooning: A Retrospective. The exhibit is on display at the Museum of Modern Art through Jan. 9, 2012.
Looking for a day trip from New York City? Seven Lakes Drive is a scenic route that runs through Harriman State Park to Bear Mountain. It lies about one-hour outside of New York City and is excellent for fall foliage viewing.
Photos By Kelly Colley
The 99% took their march uptown, trucking along Fifth Ave in the Upper East Side chanting they’ve been sold out.