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BikeART Party at Alice Austen House with #LetsGoSmartNYC!


It was a beautiful day at Alice Austen House on July 22. (With the Kawicki family. )

Annamay Olsen revisits Woolworth’s in Stapleton.

The Atteberry family in the present future. (Urby)

Zygmanski family with a friend in 1896 New York (photograph Alice Austen)

Salome and Sandra Barone  (Verrazano Bridge: Staten Island Advance/ Bill Lyons)

Timmy Moe and Kaleb Martin on Bay Street, looking north, Stapleton

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BikeART Party at the Harlem Skyscraper Criterium

Some amazingly stylish people turned up for the BikeART Party in Harlem on Sunday.

Dani Mungin, aka competitor Nº 306 in the Harlem Skyscraper Cycling Classic, takes time out on Randall’s Island.

Bernadette and Todd Murrell, relaxing on the the East River Esplanade before competing in the Brompton World Championship.

Olympic competitor James Joseph (R), taking it easy in Central Park with nephew Reginald Thomas. I’m not going to lie, we were impressed.

Dulcie Canton out and about.

John Miggins getting a head start on some bicyclists on Broadway at 64th Street in 1898–or maybe it’s the other way around.


Robert Jackson on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, as imagined by Choi Design Partners for the Design Trust for Public Space.


Spring Comes to Brooklyn

Shante using a champagne bucket to wash her bicycle. “Because I’m classy.”