U.S. Antiwar Protesters, NYC, 1967. "In mid-1960s’ America, a majority supported President Johnson and his policies in Vietnam. Opposition to the war had been growing . . . slowly . . . and by 1967, reached a tipping point following large antiwar protest marches in New York City, San Francisco, Washington DC and elsewhere. All of the photographs in this essay were taken at a protest march that took place in New York City on April 15, 1967" ( from Howard Lipan ) | Flickr: Damn Yankee
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Much of the active Italian-American community has dispersed to Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and even New Jersey; and much of Chinatown has blended in. That doesn't make this old New York neighborhood any less charming. And it doesn't mean you won't find thriving, authentic gems like Di Palo, where some of the best mozarella in New York gets handmade every day; or Mr. Fong's, where the fashion crowd gathers when in town.
This historic museum and library exudes old glamour that instantly transports you to a different time. Location: 225 Madison Avenue at 36th Street, New York, NY Hours: Tuesday - Thursday, 10:30am - 5pm; Friday, 10:30am - 9pm; Saturday, 10am - 6pm; Sunday, 11am - 6pm, themorgan.org.
Zaha Hadid 1950-2016: Pritzker Prize laureates paid tribute to Zaha Hadid at a private dinner before this year's Pritzker ceremony in honour of Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena, which took place in New York on Monday
Do you want to be let in on a little secret? There are places in NYC that even locals don't know about! These 7 Hidden Spots in New York City's Upper West Side are great places to add to your exploration of the city.