February 28, 2014
Most respond to winter by covering up more. Then there are those who favor mini skirts and drinks on ice.
February 3, 2014
The weekend sort-of heatwave was good for midtown football fans and street food eaters. There was a line at the halal guys on the corner of 53rd and Sixth. It looked like a dress-down weekday.
January 24, 2014
Forget the fact it’s freezing cold. The lights look nice bouncing off the snow. In addition to Shake Shack (on the right), there’s a new restaurant across this plaza, Hill Country Chicken (to the left). The bourgeois carnivores are moving in.
January 10, 2014
It’s been very cold out, but the stores are having big sales. The solution: bundling up and hitting the stores. The urge to shop trumps staying warm.
January 4, 2014
No school or work on Friday. The trade-off was extreme cold; many people didn’t leave the house all day. That’s why the snow still looked fresh and new in the afternoon.
December 18, 2013
This slice of life is what you see when you’re about to miss a train. If you’re running late, you can put your foot in the door and the conductor might re-open it.
December 7, 2013
There’s an animated figure in some of the Macy’s windows. He’s about the size of an American girl doll, but creepier. Forget about candy canes; this is winter wonderland as a sinister snow scene.
November 27, 2013
Windy weather is predicted for Thanksgiving. The parade will go, on but the balloons may be grounded. In that case, the Thanksgiving Day parade will look like many other NYC parades, except for the Santa in a sleigh.
November 15, 2013
We don’t think of carrots having a season, but they do. Carrots keep well, so saunter over to Union Square and get some before they’re gone.
October 28, 2013
Here we have two classic and common gestures: “back off” and “who me?” What’s less common is that they happened simultaneously as I was walking past with my camera.