Does the iconic black cube in Astor Place (called the Alamo) have a doppelganger hanging out in Westchester County? The Scout was recently driving around the suburbs when he spotted a black cube—similar to Manhattan's own in size and design—through the trees. He reports back that it is indeed a Rosenthal cube (designed by artist Tony Rosenthal)—and according to the artist's website, pretty much everyone has one of these things! They're all over the country, even in Ohio (maybe that's why New York artists are drawn to Cleveland). Perhaps it's time we put another original spin on our cube, maybe turn it back into a giant Rubik's Cube.
Who Doesn't Have An Astor Place Cube?
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