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May 19, 2014
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IMG_5827

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IMG_5827
street art

Image by Andy E. Nystrom
Art Gallery of Ontario

May 18, 2014
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Art Museum

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Art Museum
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Image by jiashiang

May 18, 2014
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21st annual California Hot Rod Reunion

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21st annual California Hot Rod Reunion
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Image by ATOMIC Hot Links
Bakersfield Calif. Famoso Raceway

May 16, 2014
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IMG_8882

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IMG_8882
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Image by Andy E. Nystrom
Art Gallery of Ontario; also streetcar (Toronto Transit)

May 16, 2014
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Must Work Art Sign on Sidewalk

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Must Work Art Sign on Sidewalk
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Image by Lynn Friedman

May 15, 2014
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Vach’art

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Vach’art
street art

Image by 2010jade1

May 15, 2014
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IMG_9132

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IMG_9132
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Image by Andy E. Nystrom
Art Gallery of Ontario – also streetcars (Toronto Transit)

May 15, 2014
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PSU Tue Jan 31, 2012 66

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PSU Tue Jan 31, 2012 66
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Image by Parker Knight

May 14, 2014
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IMG_5841

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IMG_5841
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Image by Andy E. Nystrom
Art Gallery of Ontario

May 14, 2014
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found-art-4

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found-art-4
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Image by body_pixel

May 14, 2014
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Plaza and Public Art, Terry Avenue, South Lake Union

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Plaza and Public Art, Terry Avenue, South Lake Union
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Image by JoeInSouthernCA

May 13, 2014
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Downtown Newark, New Jersey

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Downtown Newark, New Jersey
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Image by Ken Lund
Downtown Newark is Newark, New Jersey’s major central business, retail, and cultural district. It is located at a bend in the Passaic River.

Downtown is the site of the original Puritan settlement of Newark. The first settlers, led by Robert Treat, landed not far from the present site of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. The intersection of Broad and Market Streets, known as Four Corners was once considered the busiest intersection in the nation, and is the heart of traditional downtown.

Most of Newark’s office buildings are located in this area. In the post-World War II era, downtown seemed to be moving north during the New Newark architectural period, in the direction of Washington Park. Since the 1967 riots, it has been shifting slightly east in the direction of Newark Penn Station, the Gateway Center and the Passaic River.

Downtown Newark is the home to Newark’s major cultural venues – the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), the 3,000-seat Newark Symphony Hall, Prudential Center, the Newark Museum, Military Park, the Playland Arcade and the New Jersey Historical Society. Downtown is also home to Seton Hall University School of Law and Aljira, an emerging artist’s gallery. It is also home to Government Center, an area of municipal and federal government offices. It was once home to a Chinatown neighborhood centered around Mulberry Arcade, which was off of Mulberry Street, near Lafayette and Green Streets. Many of downtown’s cultural and historical sites are linked by the unmarked Lenape Trail, which also leads to Branch Brook Park, the Watchung Mountains and the Passaic Meadows on this yellow-blazed trail.

The 5 million Prudential Center, home to the New Jersey Devils, opened on October 25, 2007, with the first of ten concerts by Bon Jovi. At the time, the arena was the New York metropolitan area’s first all-new professional sports venue in over two decades.

Though it has a number of buildings of great architectural significance, downtown Newark has very few housing units and its storefronts are typically not well maintained. The buildings range from four to 35 stories tall presenting indiscriminate architecture. Many storefronts have enormous awnings.

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