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WNYC: Bodega Cats In Their Own Words

"There are no cats quite like New York City bodega cats—if only they could talk. Well, now they can." This charming series by Amy Pearl and Jennifer Hsu chronicles the lives of New York City Bodega Cats In Their...

Subway musicians play together from 9 different subway stations

In Chris Shimojima's Signal Strength, eleven musicians unite in a live experiment about connectivity and community: they play a song together from nine different New York City subway stops with the help of WiFi-enable...

This may be The World’s Largest Tuba

The world's largest tuba, if it is indeed the largest and if you consider it a tuba, sounds like "a jackhammer" or "a helicopter." Listen as Derek Fenstermacher, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra's principal tuba player, ...

Where Does New York City’s Trash Go?

We recently got a glimpse of the work inside of one of the largest sanitation departments in the world, but this The New York Times report on NYC's trash is much more in depth: If you're going to have this many pe...

Earth Observations: Astronauts search for cities from ISS’ Cupola

What do volcanoes, islands, dry lake beds, and big cities look like from space? Join International Space Station Expedition 38 crew members Mike Hopkins and Rick Mastracchio as they chitchat about Earth's cities and c...

Paper’s Passage: From Waste to Product by NYC Sanitation

Made from 5,902 photos by NYC Sanitation's Director of Photography Michael Anton, Paper’s Passage: From Waste to Product shows us where paper and cardboard waste goes after the New York City recycling trucks drive awa...

What Happens When 350 Musicians Meet For The First Time?

This summer, around 350 musicians of all kinds -- "Young, older, professional drumlines, community marching bands, seasoned jazz players, Indian wedding band musicians, Brazilian samba drummers and scads of amateur pl...

Streets: New York City

Visit the fast-moving streets of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens in majestic slow motion -- from water balloon fights to pigeons taking flight to sunset skies between skyscrapers -- with Streets - New York City from Ti...

Meet the People Who Retrieve the Stuff You Drop On the Tracks

What happens if you drop your stuffed bunny rabbit on the tracks of the New York City Subway System? Never jump down to get it! Instead, go to the booth and tell them what and where. The booth clerk calls Rail Command...

Electric Company: Sign Songs

In the 1970s, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown composer Clark Gesner made a series of found signage-based videos for PBS’ The Electric Company. The song above is our favorite becaus...

Tom Tom Magazine‘s The Oral History of Female Drummers

Watch Tom Tom Magazine's The Oral History of Female Drummers, presented with ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1. Featured drummers include Mindy Abovitz, Sean Desiree, Kiran Gandhi, Linnea LaMon, Ashley “Say Wut?!” Moyer...

Mentoria Hutchinson, NYPD’s Dancing Traffic Cop

From The New York Times, Mentoria Hutchinson, NYPD’s Dancing Traffic Cop. In the archives: more New York City.

cdza music: Intro to Drums

The cdza music team is at it again with the second episode of their series The Instrumentals: Intro to Drums. After introducing the drum set, drummer Allan Mednard compares and contrasts two kinds of rhythms: rock an...

cdza: Daft Pianists

How many people can play the piano at the same time? Music video experiment makers cdza help answer this question in Daft Pianists. Damian Sim, Erika Dohi, Michael Thurber, Allan Mednard, and Mark Johnson conceived ...

James Nares’ STREET

With a soundtrack by Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore, artist James Nares’ STREET is an experiment in people watching with the benefit of slow motion. From the New York Times:  Mr. Nares’s 61-minute video...

Extravagant furniture with secret panels, doors, and drawers

If you’ve ever wanted a cabinet with secret compartments — and we’re talking about a lot of secret compartments here — then you’re going to like videos from the Extravagant Inventi...

HEARD NY in Grand Central: Nick Cave’s Soundsuit performance

Commuters in Grand Central Terminal will encounter a new obstacle to making the train on time this week: 30 dancing horses. It’s part of “Heard NY,” a site-specific performance by the Chicago artist Nick Cave, in c...

Behind the Signs: A Look at the DOT Sign Shop

From NYC DOT, Behind the Signs: A Look at the DOT Sign Shop: There are more than two million signs in New York City. Ever wonder where they come from? Many are made by DOT’s in-house sign shop based in Ma...

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