A new photography book dollops heavy nostalgia on a disappearing roadside feature.
Williamsburg Shorts explores a rapidly changing neighborhood through the eyes of a stressed-out subway passenger.
Philip Ashforth Coppola documents the transit system’s oft-overlooked mosaics in painstaking detail.
A new book from StoryCorps about loving work compiles interviews with referees, subway conductors, teachers, and more.
Direct Current has all the quirks of public radio, and a lot of useful information about clean energy policies.
Take a self-guided historic tour with a new app that pulls up old photos taken right where you’re standing.
Featuring no books, but plenty of architectural details.
A new essay collection offers 18 perspectives on how these open spaces function.
The bright Lumineer can’t be stolen without a thief taking apart your ride.
The new book Unseen City makes a case for staring pigeons in the eye.
A new book uncovers what breaking and entering can reveal about buildings.
The 79% Work Clock chimes to alert employees of the persistent pay gap in the U.S.
An artist creates whimsical worlds for apartment flora.
It fits easily in a laptop bag or pants pocket.
Here’s the guidebook intrepid travelers never knew they needed.
Taxis, one entry says, are “purring smoothies smelling of leather and metal polish.”
A new documentary examines the struggle of heritage, family-owned businesses through the lens of a matzo factory in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
And how to cook them yourself.