Archive: November 20, 2012
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Photo: Stephen Wilkes An amazing photo by Stephen Wilkes of the boardwalk rollercoaster at Seaside Heights, NJ that now sits in the ocean after Hurricane Sandy. This photo is a part of Art For Sandy Relief and all proceeds from the sale of this image go to 6 local charities helping with relief efforts. Get […]

I’ve experienced this a few times and I always thought it was something to do with me. But now it seems somebody has actually compared the iPhone 5 with older versions of the iPhone and found that it may actually be unique to the iPhone 5. Weird.

Aaron Burr, Part 2 from Dana O'Keefe on Vimeo. A great contemporary retelling of the feud between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, from Burr’s “true” perspective.

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I figured as much after Hurricane Sandy, but after checking its website, I can now confirm that the NYC Police Museum located in Lower Manhattan is closed indefinitely as they repair damage done by Hurricane Sandy. I’ve always wanted to go here but it looks like this time around, I won’t be able to.

I totally agree with SwissMiss here, the New York Transit Museum is one of the best relatively un-famous and unknown museums in NYC. I always try to take visitors to this place because it honestly is one of my favorite museums in all of NYC. It’s full of history that you can FEEL AND TOUCH […]

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As you may have guessed by the lack of updates lately, Doobybrain.com has taken an indefinite hiatus and will no longer be updated.

It’s been a wonderful few years but Herman has ultimately decided to only maintain his personal site, hermanyung.com.

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