Don Wagyu, a restaurant offering a $180 steak sandwich, in the financial district of New York, July 2018.
Don Wagyu, a restaurant offering a $180 steak sandwich, in the financial district of New York, July 2018.
Le Sia, a chinese restaurant in the East Village neighborhood of New York, May 17, 2018.
Le Sia, a chinese restaurant in the East Village neighborhood of New York, May 17, 2018. A chef prepares chicken skewers on the grill.
Once On This Island
Scenes before, during, and after a matinee of the Broadway show, Once On This Island, to show the making of the musical. Circle in the Square Theatre, in NYC, April 11, 2018. The goats Sparky and Peapod going into the theatre.
double-exposure image of cactus and cymbidiums, or boat orchids, at the New York Botanical Garden's 16th annual Orchid Show in New York.
A double-exposure image of cactus and cymbidiums, or boat orchids, at the New York Botanical Garden's 16th annual Orchid Show, at the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory in New York, March 31, 2018. Winter's extended grip this year has taken the pop out of spring in New York, but at flower shows and gardens across the area, nature's beauties are either blossoming or poised for a dramatic pop. (Dolly Faibyshev/The New York Times)
A woman, her locks tamed by a blossom-adorned clasp, admires vanda hybrid orchids at the New York Botanical Garden's 16th annual Orchid Show in New York.
A woman, her locks tamed by a blossom-adorned clasp, admires vanda hybrid orchids at the New York Botanical Garden's 16th annual Orchid Show, at the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory in New York, March 31, 2018. Winter's extended grip this year has taken the pop out of spring in New York, but at flower shows and gardens across the area, nature's beauties are either blossoming or poised for a dramatic pop. (Dolly Faibyshev/The New York Times)
The private phone booths at the SoHo branch of The Wing in New York.
The private phone booths at the SoHo branch of The Wing in New York, March 1, 2018. Before falling victim to the cellphone, the phone booth was a ubiquitous part of urban life, now, it's making a comeback, as a welcome refuge from open-plan offices. (Dolly Faibyshev/The New York Times)