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2020 Jane’s Walk NYC
2020 Jane’s Walk NYC

2020 Jane’s Walk NYC

For the last nine years on the first weekend of May, the Municipal Art Society has hosted #JanesWalkNYC featuring free, volunteer-led “walking conversations” inspired by urban activist Jane Jacobs. This year, due to coronavirus-related restrictions, the festival has...
Endless Glamour – Art Deco at Woodlawn

Endless Glamour – Art Deco at Woodlawn

At Woodlawn, we are honored to have experts in many different areas who contribute to the research, restoration and education at Woodlawn. On this blog, join Woodlawn’s architectural historian Anthony Pellino as he explores the influence of the art deco period...
The Luck of the Irish

The Luck of the Irish

All of New York City looks forward to the month of March when we celebrate Irish heritage. Woodlawn is a destination for those who are honoring the lore of St. Patrick and the notable figures who came from the Emerald Isle. There are several commissioned monuments on...
Overlooked

Overlooked

To commemorate Black History Month, the New York Times featured obituaries of prominent people whose deaths were not reported in the newspaper; in a section they titled “Overlooked.” Among those whose life stories were told was that of actress Nina Mae McKinney, a...
Love Stories of Woodlawn

Love Stories of Woodlawn

Many of Woodlawn’s most imposing monuments may be taken as glorifications of a powerful family dynasty or displays of wealth and status — but many are also monuments of love. Commemorations of loved ones who have passed, they are reminders of what we come to...
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