Bob Wright | January 19, 2017
Heavy metal, rusty, ungainly, and seized up tight. A quick glance said it would probably stay that way. But when my Uncle George pulled an old chum grinder from the depths of the garage I was helping him clean out and asked me, half jokingly, if I wanted it I didn’t hesitate to say yes. I was astounded. I could not believe he had a piece, any piece, of my Uncle Bill’s legendary (in family lore anyway) boat The Amigos. As a kid, every Sunday afternoon was spent at my grandparent’s house mostly listening to my father and his four brothers joke, reminisce, and invariably tell some story about their many travels on The Amigos before WWII swept it, and the freedom (and fuel) to sail her, away.
Ben Margolis | January 13, 2017
Susan Chin | January 11, 2017
Joseph Huennekens | January 5, 2017
Susan Chin | November 11, 2016
Susan Chin | October 28, 2016
Susan Chin | October 27, 2016
Susan Chin | October 26, 2016
Susan Chin | October 17, 2016
Susan Chin | October 12, 2016
Susan Chin | October 10, 2016
Susan Chin | October 9, 2016
Ozgur Gungor | September 16, 2016
Ozgur Gungor | September 7, 2016
Maggie Berke | August 12, 2016
Ozgur Gungor | August 4, 2016
Rosamond Fletcher | August 1, 2016
The Design Trust for Public Space, in partnership with New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), will award four fellowships in community organizing, landscape architecture, active design, and lighting design for Opening the Edge: Reimagining Green Space at Wald Houses.
Opening the Edge will create a prototype design for a lively public space at the edge of Wald Houses in the Lower East Side. The design will offer an engaging place for residents and strengthen connections with the broader community.
Ozgur Gungor | July 19, 2016
July 15, 2016
Susan Chin | July 6, 2016