Depending on who you talk to, the repurposed railway known as the High Line has a different history. The official story is that a non-profit called Friends of the High Line saved the structure from being demolished in the last decade of the 90s. Friends of the High Line has since gone on to spearhead all the renovations that have transformed this...
About the Cover
This issue’s cover is about a city oasis called the High Line and its relevance in our lives. It is a reflection of what we construct and that which we reconstruct, as part of a culture that values not only the new but its history as well.
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