19 May 2020 | Walking Off the Big Apple

A Walk in the Forest Primeval

Contemplating the fall of civilizations in Inwood Hill ParkAt times, it feels like we’re living at the end of civilization. With the arrival of the global pandemic, many governing structures are teetering at a breaking point, one measured in graphs, cu...

10 Mar 2019 | Walking Off the Big Apple

New York Spring Calendar 2019

An updated calendar for annual spring events in New York City for 2019. Let's spring forward to blooming times in New York City, the best locations for witnessing spring's beginnings, and springtime events. While the occasional snow could blow through...

10 Mar 2019 | Walking Off the Big Apple

New York Spring Calendar 2019

An updated calendar for annual spring events in New York City for 2019. Let's spring forward to blooming times in New York City, the best locations for witnessing spring's beginnings, and springtime events. While the occasional snow could blow through...

02 Jan 2019 | Walking Off the Big Apple

On a Long Winter Break

Walking Off the Big Apple, like a bear in winter, is currently taking a long winter's nap. When the days grow warmer in the springtime, you may see increasing signs of activity. Or not. We may have reached the end of this journey. Life goes on in the...

18 Sep 2018 | Walking Off the Big Apple

Delacroix’s Cats

Following its record-breaking debut at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, the blockbuster Delacroix exhibit has opened at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. While not all of the works could travel, as some are intrinsic to the Louvre, the big cats ...

04 Sep 2018 | Walking Off the Big Apple

Starstruck at MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Midtown Manhattan is undergoing a significant renovation and expansion that will increase gallery space by thirty percent upon completion in 2019. In the midst of renovation and following a long hot summer, the museum...