Justin Trull

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Bridges galore

As we approach 30,000 groups related to them, bridges are a big deal in our community. The new ones, old ones, the ones that seem to go on endlessly …

Absolutely Stunning Illusion of an Underwater Waterfall

Mauritius is an island nation officially called the Republic of Mauritius, or in French, <i>République de Maurice</i>, located in the Indian Ocean about …

Top 20 free things to do in Paris

City of love, fashion capital, literary paradise… Paris has many different guises. And while museum entry can be steep and fine dining comes at a premium, the French capital can also be a cheap date.<p>Whether you go weak at the knees for soaring church spires or want to rub elbows at an authentic …

Paris With Kids: Where to Take Les Enfants

Jetsetter.com explores the City of Light, family in tow, and rounds up the 10 best places to take <i>les enfants</i>.<p>PHOTO GALLERY<p>Paris With Kids: Where to Take Les Enfants<p>Follow Jetsetter.com on Twitter: www.twitter.com/jetsetterdotcom

How to eat like a local in Paris

Paris is one of the world's best food cities, but finding a good restaurant there can be overwhelming. How do you avoid desultory tourist traps serving reheated frozen meals? Why are all the other diners speaking English? Here are my suggestions for places Parisians frequent, whether they're …

Paris attractions: what to see and do in autumn

<b>Why go?</b><p>The autumn rentrée in Paris starts with a burst of energy for the new cultural season. Below are some of the best events, festivals and exhibitions taking place in the French capital in the coming months.<p><b>Autumn festivals and events</b><p><b>Biennale des Antiquaires<br>September 11-21</b><p>Glamorous gathering of …

The top things to see in Paris, not on the usual top 10 lists

By Jean Glock on Jan 10, 2013 in Attractions, Europe, France, Going Out, Regions, Western Europe<p>Time to explore Paris is the ultimate luxury. But …

Where to eat in Paris if you only have 48 hours

For traditional French croissants or other pâtisserie, try Boulangerie Eric Kayser, which produces their own yeast in-house. Breakfast in America, …

Travel Quote of the Week: On Paris

Who doesn’t love an inspiring travel quote? (As if we need any more reason to hit the road.) Like what you see here? There are plenty more travel …

Women in Leadership summit happening in the middle of Times Square today. You never know what's going to happen here or what you might learn just walking through. #onlyintimessquare

Can you identify this concert, performed 32 years ago today at the Great Lawn?

In November of 2008, when this photo was taken, we were in the process of planting more than 7,500 native grasses and perennials in the Northern Spur Preserve at West 16th Street. Soon afterward, we installed the adjacent ramp from which visitors can admire the asters, sedges, and goldenrods that grow in abundance here today. Look at more images from our planting construction: http://bit.ly/1eUX2a3 & see how the spur appeared at the peak of fall last year: http://bit.ly/16IAR0N #TBT

Hudson Yards Tenants Await the Area's Redevelopment

<i>Welcome back to Camera Obscura, Curbed's series of photo essays by Nathan Kensinger. This week, as part of a series on soon-to-change neighborhoods, Kensinger visits the Hudson Yards area.</i><p>[On the west side of Manhattan, several megaprojects are rapidly transforming the industrial neighborhood …

There's always something new to discover in Central Park. Central Park Conservancy Discovery Guides are out in the Park every day to help you make the most of it. Learn more here http://ow.ly/oOU8o

Happy #Friday night, New York! #NYC #Manhattan #NewYork (Photo: Manhattan at sunset. Source: www.benwall.com)


Oktoberfest NYC 2017 guide

Strap on those lederhosen—really, people will be wearing them—and raise a mammoth, beer-filled stein to Oktoberfest NYC 2017. The Bavarian …


Governors Island is giving you one chance to preview its amazing new spaces. http://tmout.us/p8qoE

Who is excited for Fall? We are! What's your favorite activity in #NewYork during #Fall? (Photo: Statue of Liberty in Fall. Source: www.500px.com/joerund)

NYPD Trivia: This vintage green and white NYPD vehicle was used to patrol New York City. Can you tell us when the Department began using the color blue on police vehicles? ANSWER: In 1973 the NYPD began using the color blue on Department vehicles.

Typhoon, Hurricane, Cyclone: What's the Difference?

Hurricanes, cyclones, and typhoons are all the same weather phenomenon.<p>Typhoon Lan has left over nintey injured and three dead after making landfall in Shizouka, Japan in late October 2017.<p>If you've never lived in Asia, you might be wondering what it feels like to experience a typhoon. But if …

Oktoberfest 2013 – in pictures

With the world's largest beer festival in full swing over in Munich we pass a sober eye over the opening weekend's festivities. The festival will attract more than 6 million guests from around the world and if you fancy popping over for beer or two it runs until 6 October

Photos of the Day: Sept. 23

By<p>WSJ Staff<p>BLACK AND WHITE: A Grévy’s zebra at a zoo in Mulhouse, France, Monday. (Sebastien Bozon/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)<p>FRONT AND CENTER: An elderly woman protested in Athens Monday. Hundreds of striking city workers marched through the streets to protest public-sector job cuts. About …

National Geographic: Then and Now – in pictures

National Geographic magazine has been at the forefront of photojournalism since it first began publishing photographs in 1890. An exhibition at Beetles + Huxley showcases over 100 vintage and contemporary prints from 26 September to 19 October 2013. Here are some of them