i love new york
So if Rhode Island wanted that kind of impact, state leaders should have selected a campaign crafted by Rhode Islanders featuring
photo by David Bone When I lived on the Upper West Side, I took the 79th Street crosstown bus to my office on Fifth Avenue
I love New York. There is no place in the world like Manhattan. The energy, the people, the food and the history. It's true, the city never sleeps and after I spend a day there, I always feel invigorated, inspired and grateful I live so close to the best city in the world.
After spending a long weekend on your little island, yes, I saw people living on the street, smelled garbage and came across a few individuals telling the masses why we were going to go to hell. But it was not enough to ruin your reputation.
Fans love New York, and now she’s coming back to VH1 for a brand new series that explores her relationship with her mother
It's not easy to capture the spirit of a city like New York. Yet, that is exactly what Milton Glaser did in 1977 when he
HuffPost spoke with Milton Glaser, the designer of the iconic "I Love New York" logo, on the happy accident of its success.
Everyone looks at this place like it's something they can slice a piece off of with their knives and pick up with their forks or swoosh around their parched mouths for a bit before deciding if they should swallow it or wash it down with a $1.50 soda from a street vendor on 42nd street.
Whether you believe that the heart in your body is the seat of your soul or just the red organ you need to survive, it's clear that this cardio powerhouse has taken on metaphorical meaning, as well as having its very own iconographic, ubiquitous symbol.
If you want to know the truth about why I moved to New York City, you'll also find out why it is that I'm still living here two years later.