13 April 2015

Dizzying, Unexpected Tales Of What Goes On After Midnight in New York City

Paying tribute to “The City That Never Sleeps”, the New York Magazine has published a scrapbook of twenty-three short tales of unexpected happenings that occur in the nooks and crannies of New York City during the wee hours.

Spanning from the 1850s up until late March in 2015, these stories are told through dialogues, poems, flash stories and photographs. Coming together, they illustrate a spontaneous, colourful, albeit dizzying portrait of the very varied experiences one might stumble upon while out painting The Big Apple red.

Read the almost-endless scroll of New Yorkers’ musings of the night here.

[via New York Magazine, image via Bobby Doherty]