Tag Archives: New York City

Sandy at night

Without power, lower Manhattan is dark except for police and ambulance lights, strobing red, orange, deep blue, and spots from little flashlights that people carry to see their way. The point of reference, like the North Star, is the Empire … Continue reading

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Empire State Building

Sometimes the Empire State Building is just so beautiful, like it was early this morning, it’s impossible not to take a photograph. Looking north from 23rd Street and Broadway. ¬©Nina Berman 2011, All Rights Reserved

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Occupy Wall Street – October 14

The dramatic showdown between thousands of demonstrators and NYC Mayor Bloomberg was averted at the 11th hour when faced with overwhelming force, the Mayor decided the inhabitants of Zuccotti Park had sufficiently tidied themselves up, at least for the time … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street

Occupy Wall Street (OWS) is an ongoing demonstration in Lower Manhattan — a bold and audacious act to create meaningful public dialogue about economic inequality and human rights in the USA and beyond. It began September 17 when a group … Continue reading

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