Two sympethatic fellows selling t-shirts on Times Square, on the corners of 46th and Broadway. I got souvenirs for the kids, good deal actually. Now the kids can see where I got their t-shirt from. "Three dollars, three dollars, but only tonight. All shapes, all sizes. If you've got a shape, we've got your size. Hurry! Three dollars, three dollars, but only tonight." ... As if you guys were really going to quit the business after tonight. ;-) It's been very nice meeting you guys.
Get more Tips here! www.destinationtips.com New York City is often referred to as the greatest city in the world and we can see why. Just the energy alone is magnetic. But before you consider yourself an NYC expert, check out these 13 things you should not do in the Big Apple. 1. Don't buy a Sandwich from Subway NYC offers some of the best fresh delicatessens in the world like the Carnegie Deli, Artie’s Delicatessen and 2nd Avenue Deli on 33rd street. But avoid Katz’s as it has turned into a huge tourist trap. 2. Don't Get into an Empty Subway Car There’s a reason that it’s empty. Either the A/C isn’t working or there’s spilled bodily fluid or something is up. Trust us! 3. Don't Stop on the Sidewalk Do not be that tourist that stops in the middle of the sidewalk to look at a map or to take a photo. New Yorkers are speed-walking pros so don’t impede the flow. 4. Don't Make Small Talk New Yorkers are not necessarily known for their calm, patient, friendly demeanor, so don't expect to spark up idle chit chat on the street. They're usually happy to give directions but only to prove how well they know the city. 5. Don't Eat at a Chain Restaurant Locals avoid Times Square like the plague as it is a tourist trap with lots of chain restaurants and visitors wearing “I LOVE NY” t-shirts (oh, yeah avoid this too). Patronize the myriad of local restaurants to really experience the authentic flavors of the city. 6. Don't Avoid the Outer Boroughs Manhattan is usually what most people think of when they visit New York, but there are four other boroughs to explore too. Take the subway to Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn or Staten Island and discover the unique charm of greater New York City. 7. Don't Pay for a Statue of Liberty Tour Avoid this outrageously priced tour and take the Staten Island ferry instead. The 50 minute round-trip ride passes most of the same sights and is completely free of charge. 8. Don't Skip a Museum Because of the Entry Fee The entry fee that you see for most of New York's world renowned museums is just a suggested amount. You actually only have to pay what you can afford. 9. Don't Use an ATM Inside of a Store Some store owners that don’t accept credit cards but provide a convenient ATM inside their shops. However, it's a trap! These machines often charge an excessive withdrawal fee! 10. Don't Assume It’s Safe to Cross the Street Many tourists wander across the street because they see groups of other people doing so. Fast-walking New Yorkers will make it safely to the other side because they have the well-honed instincts of a local. You, however, do not. Wait for the pedestrian light if you value your life. 11. Don't Tell the Cab Driver Where You’re Going Before Getting In This way the picky driver won't be able to tell you they’re not going that far. Hail the cab, hop in and then explain where you’d like to go. Use the subway or walk as much as possible, because taxis will most likely end up stuck in gridlock traffic. 12. Don't Be a Scam Victim Don’t buy blank CD's from aspiring young rappers or be fooled by the man dressed in a suit asking for bus fare. Avoid playing card games on the street and watch your wallet in large crowds. New York is full of scam artists, so keep your guard up. 13. Avoid the High Line on Weekends This public park built atop an old elevated railway on Manhattan's West Side is definitely worth strolling, but avoid the weekends when it's a wall-to-wall tourist-clogged conveyor belt. Now you've got the NYC street smarts, you're ready for the city that never sleeps!
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You're probably familiar with Milton Glaser's work, even if you don't know it. The graphic artist is the man responsible for creating the ubiquitous 'I love NY' logo that adorns T-shirts, coffee cups, bags and caps across the world. Subscribe to Guardian Culture ► http://bit.ly/subgdnculture Glaser created the logo in 1976, when New York wasn't the tourist haven it is today. "The place itself had become so difficult to live in," he told the Guardian's Ana Terra Athayde. "I wanted to say 'I'm gonna stay, I love this place, I'm not gonna be defeated, I'm going to make it better'." Now 85, Glaser runs a studio in Manhattan and has a body of work – which includes Brooklyn Brewery logo and a poster for Bob Dylan's greatest hits album – that has made him a legend in his field. His latest project is his most ambitious yet – in collaboration with New York's School of Visual Arts, he has launched the campaign 'It's not warming, it's dying', in a bid to raise awareness of climate change. The Guardian Film Show ► http://bit.ly/filmshow2 Guardian Film website ► http://www.theguardian.com/culture Guardian Culture website ► http://www.theguardian.com/film The Guardian on YouTube: The Guardian ► http://is.gd/guardianyt Watch Me Date ► http://is.gd/watchmedate Guardian Football ► http://is.gd/guardianfootball Guardian Music ► http://is.gd/guardianYTmusic Guardian Australia ► http://is.gd/guardianaustralia Guardian Tech ► http://is.gd/guardiantech Guardian Wires ► http://is.gd/guardianwires Guardian Food ► http://is.gd/guardianfood
Located in the heart of Times Square, check out this Tourist destination learn all about what they have to offer. From I Love NY Shirts to Derek Jeter and Babe Ruth Jerseys they got it all!
New York Now and Then shows before and after photos from New York City shot 1872-1887 compared to my photos shot 2013 and 2014. New York Now and Then includes photographs of New York from between 1872 and 1887, and then and now part is in regard to the fact that I shot the images in present day in the same locations. This short film New York Now and Then pays tribute to a forgotten 19th century photographer. Be sure to also watch the behind the scenes video New York Now and Then: The Documentary. Behind the scenes film: http://youtu.be/U083YeeTOvE Original trailer: http://youtu.be/BKE98K1Yz0I Shot and Edited by Jordan Liles Music in "New York Now and Then" Composed by Claude Debussy Performed by Frederic Bernard Music in "The Creation of" Video "30 Minute Meditative State" Chris Collins, indiemusicbox.com End Credits Music in "The Creation of" Video "Sidewalks of New York" Composed by Charles B. Lawlor Performed by Jordan Liles Special Thanks, Image Credits and Inspiration: Brooke Russell Astor Reading Room, New York Public Library Brooklyn Daily Eagle The Brooklyn Institute Brooklyn Museum Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection Green-Wood Cemetery Museum of the City of New York The New York Historical Society Long Island Historical Society Theta Xi Special Thanks, Image Credits and Inspiration: Lois Fischer Black George Bradford Brainerd Ric Burns Anthony Caruso Rachel Danzing Tracie Davis Melanie Evans Lynn Ferrara Thomas Rushmore French Adi Goldstein Henry Goodyear Ruth Orr Graydon Henry W.B. Howard Brian Keane Moses King Clara Lamers Wallace Goold Levison Stephen Low Clark S. Marlor Barbara Head Millstein Julie C. Moffat The Moffat Family Terri O'Hara Liz Reynolds Naomi Rosenbum Carol Rusk William Schmid Harriet Senie Marthe Smith Marie Cimino Spina Henry R. Stiles Jack Termine Irene Tichenor Judith Walsh Herman de Wetter Elisabeth White Dan Wilson Deborah Wythe Bonnie Yochelson
Get the latest from HYPEBEAST TV by hitting the SUBSCRIBE button! Nothing bad ever came from the perennial process of trial and error. If you caught up with Part 1 of HBTV's T-shirt printing series, we linked with ICNY Sport founder and designer Mike Cherman who iterated the simplicity of making your own graphic tee. Connecting with Alex Dondero of New York's leading printmaker, LQQK Studio, the two industry veterans show us how to elevate the printing process by drafting your own design from a photo of your choice and rendering it as a hi-resolution grayscale image on Photoshop. View T-Shirt Printing 101 Part 2 in the video above, and catch up with our first video: http://hypebeast.com/2016/2/t-shirt-printing-video-icny-mike-cherman For up-to-date news and more: http://HYPEBEAST.com View more HYPEBEAST videos: http://YOUTUBE.com/user/HypebeastTV Stay connected with us on your favorite social media platform: http://FACEBOOK.com/hypebeast http://TWITTER.com/hypebeast http://TUMBLR.com/tagged/hypebeast http://PINTEREST.com/hypebeast http://INSTAGRAM.com/hypebeast
Quick tour of Canal St NYC. with clips of street vendors, crowded street, people, tourists, garbage, souvenir shops, and fake handbag shopping. bongs belts garbage people crowds
Here is a little movie I made using my old pictures from when I lived in New York back in the late 1970s. I also used some video clips that I found on the web too. I found a couple extra pics I wanted to put in, thus...version two! NOTE: I originally had the music from Taxi Driver as the background music for this video, but it was removed by You Tube, so I had to select from one of their choices, so I selected A Sad Pathway by Musicshake.
Find out what New York City's Times Square is all about by talking to the characters that pass through it during the night. Shot and cut by Michael Tapp http://www.michaeltapp.com/ Produced by Michael Tapp and Bill Novak http://www.williamnovak.com/ This one wouldn't be half as good without Bill's help. Thanks for helping me out! Shot in s-log2 on the Sony A7s.