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The Daily News - "Rich history in Queens goes unmarked and unnoticed by many residents" Nicholas Hirshon, August 17, 2010.


The Daily News - "History in the making for 6 boro locations" Mike Jaccarino, December 4, 2009.


The Villager - "A walking tour kicks off Seward Park renewal talks," Gerard Flynn, October 22-28, 2008.

Metro - "Ten spots that 'matter a bunch'," Amy Zimmer, June 11, 2008.

Staten Island Advance- - " 2 places come up aces, Snug Harbor and Mandolin Brothers among 10 city landmarks to be feted," Greg Alverez, June 11 2008.

Rocky Mountain Outlook - "Place Matters and Place that Matters of the Week has an international impact!," Carol Picard, January 23, 2008.


The Villager - "The Lower East Side Traditions and Transitions," Gerard Flynn, October 17-23, 2007.

The New York Times - "A Katz Called Kitten," Gregory Beyer, September 23, 2007.

Head Butler - Book Review "Hidden New York," Jesse Kornbluth for Head Butler.com, May 2007.

Cross Ties - "Inviting Citizens to Define Which Places to Protect," Featured Resource,M.A.R.C.H, Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanites, Vol. 2, No. 1 Spring 2007.


Metro New York - - "What's 'hidden' out in Sheepshead Bay: Documentarian works with residents to preserve heritage," Amy Zimmer, December 4, 2006.

Time Out - "Turn your coffee table into a street map with a crop of new titles exploring Big Apple locales," Kate Lowenstein, November 30-December 6, 2006.

The New York Times - "The Charms of Yiddish Theater, and a Chandleresque Tale," Sam Roberts, November 26, 2006.

Brownstoner - "A Place that Matters: Red Hook Graving Dock," October 17, 2006

The New York Times - "CBGB Brings Down the Curtain With Nostalgia and One Last Night of Rock," Ben Sisario, October 16, 2006


Charlie Suisman's MUG Manhattan User's Guide - "Place Matters" Featured on February 9, 2005.  "...New Yorkers have sought ways to connect to the city's past - a little more nurture, a little less nature. One of our preferred methods is via Place Matters...".


Designer/builder: Journal of the Human Environment - "Marking the Places that Matter," Kingsley Hammet, July/Aug 2004.

The New York Times - "Neighborhood on the Verge?," Jake Mooney, City Section, January 25, 2004.


Metropolis - "Beyond the Brass Plaque," Jonathan Ringen, July 2003.

Public Art Review - "Applying Labels," Kristen Rhodes, Vol. 14, No 2, Issue 28. Spring-Summer 2003.

The Villager - "Writer sounds out walking tour of Italian Village," Albert Amateau, April2, 3003.

The New York Times - "In Coney Island, Neptune Rising," by Diane Cardwell, Metro Section, February 5, 2003.

The New York Times - "Will the Song Remain the Same for Casa Amadeo?," Seth Kugel, City Section, January 5, 2003.s


The New York Times - "Palatial Ballroom Evokes Memories of a Bygone Era," Diane Cardwell, Metro Section, January 1, 2001. 


The New York Times - "Landmarks for the Common Folk," Jim O'Grady, City Section, November 5, 2000.

The New York Times -"A Beer Garden in Astoria Shelters a Lost Era," Ann Raver, House & Home Section, November 2, 2000.

Village Voice - "Field of Drums," Andrew Friedman, September 12, 2000.

The New York Times -  "In the Footsteps of Mambo Kings," Nina Siegal, Weekend Section, September 8, 2000.

El Diario La Prensa -"Documentarán la historia musical latina de El Bronx,"María Vega, February 1, 2000.


Designer/builder: Journal of the Human Environment - "Saving the Remnants of Spanish camp," Kingsley Hammett, July 1999.

Designer/builder: Journal of the Human Environment - "How to Save Places that Matter," Kingsley Hammett, July 1999.

Designer/builder: Journal of the Human Environment - "The City Shops, Ned Kaufman, June 1999.


Places-Journal - "Heritage and the Cultural Politics of Preservation," Ned Kaufman, Winter 1998.

The New York Times - "Like Bryant Park, Bronx Garden is a Jewel," City Section Op-Ed page, October 11, 1998.