⁴ᴷ⁶⁰ Walking NYC: 9th Avenue, Manhattan from Hell's Kitchen (Midtown West) to Chelsea

Google Maps Route: https://goo.gl/yctaej I walk in NYC on Manhattan’s 9th Avenue from the neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen (Midtown West) at 57th Street to Chelsea at 22nd Street. This stretch of 9th Avenue is famous for its food, ethnic restaurants, arts, culture, and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Filmed October 25, 2018 Timestamps 1:03 –… Continue reading ⁴ᴷ⁶⁰ Walking NYC: 9th Avenue, Manhattan from Hell's Kitchen (Midtown West) to Chelsea

The Legendary Dosa Man of NYC | Street Food Icons

Thiru Kumar, AKA the Dosa Man, has been running NY Dosas, a food cart in Greenwich Village’s Washington Square Park, since 2001. His dosas-which are made from fermented rice and lentils, and stuffed with potatoes, vegetables and spicy sauces-have become an international phenomenon. Thiru grew up in Sri Lanka and learned to make South Indian… Continue reading The Legendary Dosa Man of NYC | Street Food Icons

Meet the Most Infamous Dirt Bike Rider in NYC

VICE travels to Queens to meet Leeky Da Bikestar, one of the most infamous figures in New York City’s bike life movement to find out how a kid from the south side of Queens is leading a country wide movement to create a sport from nothing and legitimize the use of illegal dirtbikes and atvs… Continue reading Meet the Most Infamous Dirt Bike Rider in NYC

How a Train Tunnel Became the Center of NYC’s Art Scene | I Was There

In this episode of “I Was There”, VICE meets Chris Pape, a renowned artist known for his graffiti work in the “Freedom Tunnel”. The tunnel runs under Riverside Park in Manhattan and was used for freight trains until its closure in the 1980s. Once closed, a community of homeless people began to flourish. Chris Pape… Continue reading How a Train Tunnel Became the Center of NYC’s Art Scene | I Was There