Spring has finally sprung in the Big Apple. Let's look back at the last (official) week of winter in 2010.
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Another week goes by and New York still exists.
Between 1939 and 1941, the City of New York took a 35-mm black-and-white picture of every single building. Every single building. In all five boroughs.
When we last left off, Travis Bickle was cruising through Times Square. We then catch him uptown as he makes a drop off at the Hotel Olcott at 27 West 72nd Street.
Nearly every location in my new film subject has been demolished or completely renovated since the movie was made over 30 years ago.
Pictures of unadorned business awning signs in New York that state what you will find inside with no obfuscation, no unwarranted puffery, and as few words as possible.
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