This performance of “Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?” with the Allman Brothers Band from the Crossroads Festival in NYC this past April pretty much sums it up. At age 68, the man can still bring the goods.
He also has kind of a nice one-of-a-kind car.
You’ll get there aboard an elevator capable of traveling 1,250 feet in 60 seconds, see an attraction that will conclude with the raising of a curtain to reveal stunning 360-degree views of New York City.
This is a beautiful, amazing photo retrospective of one of the greatest buildings in the United States, a throwback to the Gilded Age. New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.
This photo, one of dozens on the Atlantic site, might be one of the most famous American photos ever. (click photos to go large)
Here’s a workman lying on the 11-foot arm of the statue of Mercury.
Check out the construction photos, like the one below, and notice how there are NO skyscrapers around it.
And today, the view out of the Tiffany clock over Park and 42nd.
And so much more. Click through to read.