The third and last part of PHeymont's visit to The Cloisters focuses on stained glass and craftsmanship
Travelers are sitting ducks for advertising. Join PHeymont on a nostalgic look at some of the historic car cards at the NYC Transit Museum!
Jonathan L found an old-fashioned barbershop, complete with a classic sign.
Jonathan L takes us on a tour of the National Museum of Math.
At the Cloisters, PHeymont enjoyed a long visit with the Metropolitan Museum's huge trove of medieval art and architecture.
The Soho neighborhood has supported many street artists in the past. One way is by allowing unused walls and doors to become a community project of decoration. Here are a couple of examples seen recently.
Jonathan L explores the history of fashion at the Museum at FIT
What appears a timeless survival is actually a carefully-designed platform for displaying ancient art in its own milieu.
PHeymont shares a selection of etiquette posters from New York's subway and from around the world.
Jonathan L takes us to Gumbo's destination of Flushing Meadows Park in Queens NY
Jonathan L takes us on a tour on Manhattan at the start of the COVID-19 crisis.
A walk on the Upper West Side offers a variety of eye-catchers from PHeymont.
Housed in an old subway station in Downtown Brooklyn, the Transit Museum tells as much about the city's history as it does about trains.
The Garden is hosting a six-month show of works, many of them new, by the iconic artist.
Jonathan L gives us a subway scene