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All Aboard: Great Railway Hotels

Experience the luxury of a bygone era with a wholly modern spin at one of these world-class railway hotels. > The Caledonian (Edinburgh, Scotland): Though Edinburgh’s Princes Street train station shut down nearly 50 years ago, the century-old sandstone hotel built beside it has relaunched after a multimillion-dollar overhaul.  Inside the original Edwardian facade are…

New confession video in Etan Patz murder case

People passed by on the sidewalks of stylish SoHo, oblivious to the odd but noteworthy scene unfolding in the vicinity of West Broadway and Prince Street: Pedro Hernandez, a 53-year-old from New Jersey with a low IQ and a history ofShow More Summary

Postcard from Edinburgh

The Edinburgh Festival season is almost over. Giant tents are already being taken down at the BBC site on university land below my office window. Soon (Sunday, August 31) will come the final outdoor concert in the Princes Street Gardens, with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra sitting below a thousand-year-old castle playing dramatic music (Ride of […]

PHOTOS: A Rare Glimpse Into San Francisco’s Infamous Fairoaks Bathhouse

5 months agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art is offering New Yorkers a rare glimpse into the pre-AIDS gay sexual culture at their Prince Street Project Space with The Fairoaks Baths, a collection of photographs by Frank Melleno. The Fairoaks Hotel was a converted apartment building owned by a group of gay friends on the corner of […]

Rare Color Photographs of Streets of Edinburgh, Scotland in the 1950s

Hart Street, New Town, c. 1954 Princes Street, c. 1954 Princes Street in 1953 Edinburgh Castle from Princes Street, 1953 A Sandison & Sons Wool Depot, 1953 See more »

New York City, July 2, 2014

by Tom Scocca ???? Haze stained the horizon. A man in a sportshirt sat on a bench with a newspaper in his lap, chin on his chest, apparently dozing. The garbage smell of Prince Street was stronger than ever. Storms were closing in, but as thunder rumbled in the late-afternoon, the menace still seemed theoretical. Show More Summary

Han Kjøbenhavn “Celebratory” Capsule Collection

One year ago, Danish label Han Kjøbenhavn opened the doors to their second store located in New York. To celebrate the one year anniversary of 27 Prince Street, Han presents this limited “Celebratory” capsule collection. Available in black… Han Kjøbenhavn “Celebratory” Capsule Collection is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.

Google rumored to open first retail store near Apple's SoHo spot in Manhattan

Google is said to be close to signing a lease to open a retail store on Greene Street in New York City's SoHo neighborhood -- just steps away from Apple's heavily trafficked location on Prince Street.

Are We Having Fun Yet? Spring/Break 2014

9 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

In a small room on the top floor of the Old School building at the corner of Mott and Prince Streets, floor-to-ceiling shelves are lined with pictures of disembodied heads and torsos adhered to off-brand canned goods.

Milady's in Soho Closes Tonight

Have one last drink, and pour one out. As if this week's shuttering of Gray's Papaya wasn't enough, numerous sources and blogs have reported that the venerable Prince Street bar Milady's will have its very last call tonight. EV Grieve reports the building is for sale, while an employee at the bar says "a lot of reasons" are to blame for the closure. Show More Summary

Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland 1938

Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland 1938. Photo by Norman Parkinson (via Norman Parkinson Archive)

New York City, September 18, 2013

by Tom Scocca ???? The light bouncing under the scaffold could have passed for direct sunlight, till the direct sunlight appeared. The subway had aired out a little; Prince Street smelled of festival food. The afternoon sun made theShow More Summary

PHOTOS: A Serving of Andy Warhol's Pork

Photographs from Warhol's only play will be on exhibit this weekend at the the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art's Prince Street Project Space in New York City. read more

Jerry’s Cafe Closes in Tribeca

The blue neon was a holdover from Jerry's on Prince Street. The dressed-up Chambers Street diner once described by a Bloomberg spokesman to be "like a City Hall cafeteria with better food" has closed after five years in business. Jerry's...Show More Summary

New York City, August 19, 2013

by Tom Scocca ???? The heat was getting into the apartment again, till the air conditioner had to come back on. Haze laid soft effects over the morning, augmented on Prince Street by jackhammer dust, raised by a man in working in civvies with no earplugs or goggles. Show More Summary

City Grit’s Kickstarter Campaign Kicks Into High Gear

This past month, Sarah Simmons has been trying to raise $100,000 on Kickstarter so she can relocate her excellent, guest-chef-based City Grit supper club from its current Prince Street location into new digs with more space and amenities. Show More Summary

John Seed: Grant Drumheller: New Paintings at Prince Street Gallery

New Hampshire based painter and teacher Grant Drumheller, whose work is currently on view at the Prince Street Gallery, has recently been painting scenes of people relaxing in public spaces. I recently interviewed Drumheller and asked him more about his background and his approach.

Bike-Share Stands Popping Up

Joanna Marshall Citi Bikes Though it won’t launch until sometime next month, the bike share program is finally kicking into high gear. This morning, we noticed that racks had materialized on Mott Street, near Prince Street. And EV Grieve spotted some on Lafayette Street. The Times reported last week that registration for the long-delayed program started Monday. [...]

Cat Power, "Manhattan"

Hey, can you see your favorite neighborhood spot in Cat Power's new video? Tompkins Square Park? Doyers Street in Chinatown? The basketball courts on Christie and Houston? Economy Candy on Rivington? Max Fish? The Prince Street subway station? No, you can't. Show More Summary

Spuggies, skelfs and skives: 10 years in Scotland

Ten years ago today my sister and and I arrived in Edinburgh. My first week was spent whinging about the £1 = $2.60 exchange rate, drooling over men in kilts on Princes Street (sadly not a regular occurrence; just rugby fans), grumbling about the snoring dude in the youth hostel, searching for work and accommodation, swooning at the Read More

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