The Omnibus Roundup – summer in the city, public art and parks, new subway map, the census, and Manhattanhenge
by Urban Omnibus • May 28th, 2010
Now that the Times Square pedestrian plazas are a permanent fixture, the Department of Transportation has selected a temporary installation...
by Urban Omnibus • February 12th, 2010
Midtown loungers and lunchers rejoice! Despite rumors last week that the Broadway pedestrian plazas had not met expectations, this week...
The Omnibus Roundup – BigApps, pedestrians and transit, Clip-on follow-up, maps and architecture-centric art
by Urban Omnibus • February 5th, 2010
App-lovers take note: the NYC Economic Development Corporation has presented the winners of its NYC BigApps contest. The winners, who...
Approximately one million people trample through Times Square everyday - some incessantly pausing to snap pictures of all the chaos while others beeline without ever looking up. On November 11 at 2pm on the corner of 46th and Broadway, Tony Conrad, clad in a neon green T-shirt, used a power drill to open a wooden box half his size that featured a wooden lever, a doorbell, and a sound hole.