A classic drawing room comedy.
Shubert Alley, from Junior's , which has great cheesecake.
Seen on the subway platform.
Webster Univeristy's senior showcase braved a blizzard, and honored the late professor Byron Grant.
Hamming it up as Times Square gets cleaned out after Stella dumped about 7" of snow. on Tuesday.
Mosaic hats adorn the 23rd Street subway satation; Brett's in the Charles Ives fedora.
Ready for St. Patrick's Day and March Madness.
Beauty and the Brett
Snow removal continues
Seen in passing; make up your own story
A magnificnet staging of a bit of War and Peace
The Steinway gallery
St. Patrick's Day colors adorn the Empire State Building
Bagpipes at rest after a big St. Patrick's Day
Time to change the marquee at the Gramercy Theatre on 23rd St.
Abandoned since Tuesday, when Stella visited the city
We were warm and snug at brunch as snow flurries swirled on Saturday
Amelie was a charming tale, cleverly told
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Fire escapes opposite the Guggenheim Museum
Rainy day on line to the Guggenheim
Mondrian works attract admirers
A handul of Alexander Calder sculptures were on display
My favorite: Yellow Cow by Franz Marc
Detail from a Chagall
A quiet moment in the Kandinsky gallery
A trio of Degas bronze dancers
Detail of a Gauguin
An admirer of Renoir's Woman With Parakeet
Wet city sidewalks
The Empire State Building
The restaurant now known as RANT
Cat got your tongue?
Saint Barthollomew's Episcopal Church readies for services
St. Bart's was designated a National Historic Landmark in the fall of 2016
Door to St. Bart's, featuring a well-loved cherub