Unfortunately, this fine live recording will always be remembered for the cover art. Released on September 11, 2001, the original cover displayed a flaming apple wrapped in barbed wire with the skyline of New York engulfed in flames. The band's trademark logo had always been a flaming heart wrapped in barbed wired, but for this recording the apple and skyline were added to reflect that the live concert was held in New York (Roseland Ballroom)…
Documentary chronicling the famed street artist's "31 works of art in 31 days" in New York city.
In the wake of the shooting of five Dallas police officers, BBC Three investigates why tension is rising between America’s police forces and ethnic minorities. Shot on the streets of New York, the films follows ‘Cop Watchers’ – men and women who track the NYPD in a cat-and-mouse game to try and film arrests and possible cases of brutality. NYPD officers also speak out, alleging systemic racism and a policy of targeting ethnic minority communities in order hit their arrest quotas.
Highlights of the America's Cup as the event returns to New York for the first time in 96 years.
"Elevated Thinking: The High Line in New York City" narrated by Academy Award-winning actress Susan Sarandon, celebrates the stunning transformation of an abandoned, decaying elevated railway into a widely acclaimed public park. With only months to go before the railway was to be torn down, a passionate grassroots effort led by activists and local groups banded together to save the hulking steel structure from the wrecking ball.