Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Lincoln Tunnel Helix and the Hamilton Death Rock

By Portfolio Editor Roz Hamlett Across the Hudson River from NYC is the town of Weehawken, N.J.  Founded in 1859, it’s been home to the rich and famous, to casinos, hotels and theaters and a major rail and shipping hub. … Continue reading

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Liberty Park: A Memorial Within a Memorial

By Lenis Rodrigues, Media Relations Staff Photos below by Michael Mahesh, World Trade Center Construction Earlier this month, a beautiful horse chestnut tree was planted at the Port Authority’s Liberty Park on the World Trade Center site, donated by the … Continue reading

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The George Washington Bridge and Artist Faith Ringgold’s Tar Beach

By Portfolio Editor Roz Hamlett The George Washington Bridge may not be quite as famous as that other well-known bridge in Brooklyn, but if popularity in the lofty world of bridges is measured by a span’s ability to inspire world-class … Continue reading

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