Tag: 7th avenue

When I get a bit spacey, I tend to browse random image collections available online at the Library of Congress. Today, I found this image of 28th Street and 7th Avenue from June 1936 taken by Dorothea Lange. The photo shows the Northeast corner which today is the city’s worst Duane Reade (according to me). […]


Photo: NYPL Man, what a shame that this building at 59th Street and 7th Avenue built by José Francisco de Navarro in the 1880s has been replaced by this less-than-stellar building below (Google Maps). View Larger Map

Lincoln’s Lazy Sunday from BODABODANYC on Vimeo. I do this same ride at least once a week. Kinda neat to see it from this point of view.


I really love this Michael Jackson tribute at 333 7th Avenue in NYC. It says “King RIP” with a large simple black painting of Michael Jackson in his signature hat-holding pose.


A couple of months ago, I posted a photo of the sign that was hidden behind the old Ranch 1 restaurant at the corner of 28th Street and 7th Avenue in Manhattan. It was a beautiful aged sign for a place called the Hickory House Coffee Shop. The signage was intact and exposed after Ranch […]