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Tuesday, November 24th, 2015


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Landmarks across the globe light up in french colours as mark of solidarity (her.ie)
EarthCam showed the moving images from around the world as cities #StandWithParis in support and solidarity. New York's World Trade Centre paid respects by changing the colours of its spire to blue, white and red.  more... 11/17/2015

Best live streaming cams of NYC to view city 24/7 anywhere in the world (nydailynews.com)
There's a cheap way to see New York City — and it can be done with the click of a button. The most popular tourist spots are covered by HD streaming cameras that give you magnificent views 24/7. No matter where you are, you can check out some of the Top city attractions and landmarks via EarthCams.  more... 11/12/2015

Watch The Big Waves On Lake Michigan Today (witl.com)
According to WOOD-TV, the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety shut down the Grand Haven pier on Wednesday night due to the high winds hitting the area. The National Weather Service has issued gale warnings for the Great Lakes region and says that Lake Michigan waves along parts of western Michigan could be 10 to 16 feet today.   more... 11/12/2015

11-Year Time-lapse Of One World Trade Center (visualnews.com)
Produced and Directed by Brian Cury, EarthCam’s CEO & Founder, this video allows you to see the entire construction of the new towers. According to Cury, “It’s our mission to continue to document this for future generations, so people can see what it took to rebuild these important 16 acres.” Earthcam’s mission is “to provide exploration, encourage discovery and connect people through innovative live streaming video and time-lapse cameras”.  more... 11/6/2015

New York Wheel scores City Council approval (therealdeal.com)
The New York Wheel on Staten Island has just clinched City Council approval, clearing the way for construction on the massive Ferris Wheel to begin. The City Council specifically approved adjustments to a parking garage adjacent to the Wheel, according to Curbed. Originally, the garage was proposed as a three-level structure; but the new approved plan calls for a four-level garage with a smaller footprint. It will also “[allow] for additional benefits to utilize natural instead of mechanic ventilation and creating more self-parking as requested by the community,” according to a press release.  more... 11/2/2015



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