June 8, 2013

New York Creates


New York City Street Art



New Museum: enjoyed the the amazing roof views more than the works on display

Museum of Modern Art:  great gallery tour with Deborah Goldberg and Oldenburg exhibits

Rain Room: the line was too long, but we really wanted to do this.

MoMA Sculpture Garden: a nice city respite

The High Line: one of NYC's best creations. romantic to walk it at night just before closing

Blue Star Museums: saved us nearly $100 on museum entrance fees. THANK YOU.

Liz Christy Community Garden: the first guerilla garden in NYC. a thriving and inspiring oasis. 

Yums the Word: marking our calendars to do this in the future

Sarah Perlis: fabulous, friendly jewelry designer with a lovely studio space

Sing For Hope: loved seeing and hearing these pianos around the city

The Moth: after several years of devoted podcast listening, we finally made it to a story slam and we ended up being judges!!

3 comments:

Dana said...

Wow. You guys get around! My family would stand in protest if I even suggested this much fun. LOL. Once again, thanks for the great tips, Lucia.

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Dim Sum, Bagels, and Crawfish said...

Dana, we did all of these things sans kids (thanks to my very sweet in-laws!). Our time in NYC with kids would have resulted in a very different list :) We didn't arrive with any plans or reservations and just spent our days walking and stumbling upon things. It really was wonderful. It's a great city!

Dana said...

I downloaded the book you recommended on my iPad. I'm afraid I have to plan a little bc my knack for stumbling open things in a place like NY is not so good.
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