Aaron Timms


As long as this great commuter-train parade ground remains open to the skies, the streets ringing it allow us to envision a different future.

A latter-day luncheonette that looks askance
at luncheon meat

The city’s planned deprivation of public toilets is the original hostile architecture.

Food halls have spread far and wide, deflavorizing neighborhoods every step of the way.


Observations on New York’s sky-high columbaria of burnt money