British artist James Nares is one of the more than 8 million people who live and work in New York City. Though he wasn’t born in the concrete jungle, he has adapted to it quite well, calling it home since 1974. Nares, who focuses most of his creativity on paintings which are frequently made using [...] Read More
I love trains, architecture, and secret tunnels. When I visited New York City a couple of years ago, it only made sense to bring this strange love triangle full circle by visiting Grand Central Terminal, the single greatest epitome of trains, architecture, and secret tunnels. New York Times columnist Michael Kimmelman, apparently feels the same way: [...] Read More
[Photos by Abigail Finck] I first heard of Australian musician Julia Stone during the summer of 2011. I was living in Kentucky trying to avoid any and all things during the horrifically humid days, thus I lived online – scouring the Internet for any new music over which I could obsess. According to my blog, [...] Read More
Invisible Children’s New York Street Team consists of Alex and Abby. They are the greatest. They gathered a crew, including Invisible Children’s Uganda Country Director, Jolly Okot, and our Director of Programs, Adam Finck. They partnered with Build it Green! NYC, a nonprofit that recycles and supplies building materials, and brought a group of 25 [...] Read More
The Ugandan teachers are spending 4 weeks with their American counterparts in cities across the U.S. But first the Ugandan and American teachers had a whirlwind orientation in New York City.