Run over to the New York Public Library's serene outdoor reading room before it closes today

Run over to the New York Public Library's serene outdoor reading room before it closes today

The New York Public Library is opening “The Outdoor Reading Room 2015: Read Everywhere!” on the plaza of its landmark Stephen A. Schwarzman Building on Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street,…

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What do Robert Moses and Batman have in common? A lot, according to this new graphic novel

What do Robert Moses and Batman have in common? A lot, according to this new graphic novel

Published by Nobrow, “The Master Builder of New York City” gives factual insight into the incredible hold Moses had on the development of the city beginning as early as in the…

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GIVEAWAY: Win This Fun Secret Compartment Cabinet + a Copy of DIY Book Past and Present!

GIVEAWAY: Win This Fun Secret Compartment Cabinet + a Copy of DIY Book Past and Present!

HOW TO ENTER TO WIN: 1. Like Inhabitat NYC by clicking the button below. 2. Sign up for the Inhabitat NYC newsletter here. We'll be announcing the winner in our newsletter, so…

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Tiny World Terrariums is a Step-by-Step Guide to Making Your Own Miniature Green Gardens

Tiny World Terrariums is a Step-by-Step Guide to Making Your Own Miniature Green Gardens

Michelle Inciarrano and Katy Maslow don't just create any old terrariums, although these are challenging enough. Instead, they apply a little sense of humor and mischief to their…

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On the High Line is an App That Lets You Explore the Famous Elevated Park With Your iPhone

On the High Line is an App That Lets You Explore the Famous Elevated Park With Your iPhone

Next time you visit the High Line, get the inside scoop without having to carry around a heavy guidebook with On The High Line, a new app for the iPhone. Released by illustrated book…

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23,000 Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings and Other Archives Coming to MoMA and Columbia University

23,000 Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings and Other Archives Coming to MoMA and Columbia University

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has decided to move a large amount of the legendary architect's archives to New York into the hands of the Museum of Modern Art and Columbia…

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