Times Square NYC- Discovering Hidden Secrets *No Tourist Traps*


What’s up Members of the Barrio It’s Jon coming to you from Times Square One of the craziest places in New York City And we’ve already done a video about tourist traps here And scams Today we’re going to be taking an insider look at some things you can do around here That are really off the beaten path I’m going to be using Atlas Obscura A really cool guide To show you around I’m going to link to the article down below if you want to check it out And i’ve got some really cool YouTubers who are going to be joining me Do you guys normally like coming to Times Square? Uhhh when I’m coming to see a show Yeah, it’s just a bit touristy Like I know that sounds bad because i’m British but.. It’s touristy Alright well we’re going to try to change that perception today Let’s go Alright guys for our first stop.. actually our first two stops We’re going to go inside the subway The N,Q,R,W station right here In Times Square Has some hidden ceramic art work By a Bronx Based artist That most people never even pay attention to And I personally have never seen it So we’re going to discover it together Let’s go We just walked in here.. we’re looking for the N,Q,R,W platform And this ceramic art Do you feel like this is going to be tough to find? Yes.. yeah We don’t know where we are right now we’re going to figure this out though I especially don’t know where I am right now They especially have no idea Alright so we have found the ceramic murals, check this out Broadway What else do we got? Guys what’s your interpretation of this? This is.. the chef from the Little Mermaid? Hahahhha So many people are just jetting by commuting to work Or just on there way somewhere else And they have no idea of all these cool things going on That’s really good music to, wow (violin playing) A lot of good art work there A lot of good street musicians Now i’m going to show you what they call the door to nowhere It’s actually used to be a secret door to the Knickerbocker Hotel We’re coming right upon it Check this out Romina’s trying.. Alright we’re about to get arrested It’s locked folks It would lead to the Knickerbocker Hotel And commuters would come here Through those doors and go drink at the bar Romina tried it it doesn’t work anymore Alright so when you guys think of Times Square Do you think of like.. overpriced Tourist Trap restaurants? Yeah.. yeah for the most part.. I’m going to show these two and everyone out there A little Cuban eatery.. That’s not to far from here That’s cheap And good And you won’t find many tourists there Let’s go What comes on the Cuban Sandwich Swiss Cheese,Salami, Ham, Pork, A little mayo mustard and pickles I’ll take one of those please Guys this is just the side dishes By the way.. This is the main dish And we got free chicken wings to.. yeah chicken wings while we wait Because you know we’re VIP I ordered a Cuban Quiet a lot of food I think
We have.. Swiss Cheese Salami Another type of pork I think mustard Pickles, thank you Romina Mayo All sorts of craziness Let’s see how it tastes Mmmm I love the bread Really nice mixture of everything together This is like a good lunch thing to go Alright guys we have just stepped out of the Cuban place And that sandwich filled me up a ton I’m going to show you a really cool art installation That you probably walked over a million times But I found two people.. Other YouTubers you might recognize Guys, one, two Tal Oh my bad Tal and Jacob They’ve been in a lot of my videos They’re just joining us for the journey You ready for some random stuff Let’s get random and kooky, you ready Jacob? He’s ready let’s go Guys subscribe to Jon he’s the best person on Planet Earth Thank you man Guys we’re shooting a movie here, please everybody out of the way Basically in 1977 An Aural artist set up this exhibit right here Where if you put your ear down She fell You will hear a humming noise And most people never pay attention to it So you can just put your ear right there.. right now I hear it a little bit A little xylophone It’s like an alien thing going on You hear it right now I just heard it I just heard it We’re going to put the microphone close you’ll hear it The thing that’s going like doo doo (singing israeli music) It’s my country guys, it’s my country Don’t do it please He’s ..oh god He’s crazy Tal is sacrificing the health of his ear Whoooa You hear it? No if you come this close It sounds like something out of final cut pro You got to get really close Like join us It’s really cool guys It’s like ebbing and flowing Tell me in the comments if you hear it (alien buzzing) How cool was that on like a 1 to a 10 That was pretty dope That was pretty cool, 10 I probably walked by this thing like 4 times in my life And I’ve never heard it I feel like I’ve heard this before and just didn’t realize what was going on We thought maybe it was machinery down there or something like that So cool.. Alright I’ve got Mason here This is like the center of the center of Times Square And we’re going to show you guys the next thing And you literally walked right over it I’m going to show you where all the theaters in Broadway In the Times Square area are located There’s a little map right underneath our feet guys Watch this All you have to do is look down We’re going to kneel My camera man Jacob is doing a great job And you just stare this way And it’s all you see The different theater’s And you see the streets as well Look you see 52nd street Neil Simon Circle in the Square 51st Ambassador 50th And so on and so forth Very cool thing And I admit I have walked by here so many times And I have never even noticed it Something new for you guys Compared to everything you’ve seen so far Have you been excited by this little tour? Yes, the most exciting thing was the door The door that led to Narnia The door that led to the Knickerbocker Narnia That was cool Alright one more thing coming up here we go Guys for our final stop we’re in front of the AMC 25 And this looks like a regular movie theater But this actually was called the Elkhinge Built in 1912 An original theater And if you go inside the lobby And look up You’re going to see something very very cool Let’s check it out This is where you look.. up up I just think that this is like Really indicative of Old Vaudeville Theater’s on Broadway used to be It’s not that large The ceilings really high The percineum which is the archway Over the theater is really large But.. the distance between the entrance and the theater is really small So there wouldn’t have been a lot of seats in here But it’s still really beautiful You know your history man.. I’ve got to bring you on more of my tours Guys you can take an escalator up and literally be.. Above where the theater was And stare out into the seats It’s incredible This is what I was talking about Where you can see the outside of the old theater And this right here.. You can see where the stairs were On the wall That led to the balcony seats Obviously they removed them But you can see it I seriously did not know that Jacob Knew so much about this theater I’m pleasantly surprised And it’s great for all of us including me To learn about this unique history Of a theater right next to Times Square And you can come and see these things Just don’t be to disturbing to them If you want to come real quick And look at a lot of this stuff Feel free Guys we’re about to go down the escalator right now.. I’m going to tilt the camera up And this is going to be one memorable shot You ready? Let’s go Alright that was the most fun we’ve ever had Going to the movies WIthout actually.. going to the movies So i’m going to put all of there information down below In the description Everybody subscribe to them Subscribe to me if you’d like as well A lot of cool New York City content Coming out And all of these ideas Also linked down below In the description Thank you so much for watching as always Guys, until next time This is going to be a very memorable shot Guys.. guys .. we’re Tal you’re messing me up.

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  1. What did you think of this guide? Tell me in the comments which one of these ideas was your favorite . Subscribe for more tips and tricks from NYC and beyond !
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  2. My friends all together!!! Dude that instagram animated graphic got me like… so dope! Haha knickerbocker entrance is closed for biznass!

  3. Jon, I think I am the only New Yorker that I know who loves Times Square….It is the first place I visited when I first landed in NY…..

  4. What is the address for that Cuban restaurant? Looks good and price is decent. I will try it when I am around that area next time.

  5. Was pleasantly surprised by your tips. I am in TQ every working day and have been oblivious to these points of insider interest!

  6. I’ve watched the video after Romina’s. I had to visit the theatre. The artwork in the Times Square subway I remember seeing it when I transferring trains. If you hadn’t seen it, check out the artwork at the 14th Street stop on the 8th Avenue line. Amazing sculptors.

  7. I knew about margon before coming to this video and I love going everytime in New York the food is sooo good and the sandwiches really do fill you up

  8. Love the history of NYC especially history in the 1800s and early 1900s read about the Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire that happened in 1911 have to look up what street it was on thanks for the brilliant info will subscribe

  9. Cool video. Had my first trip NYC and times square for valentines. Found the map on the floor and turned out Neil Simon theatre was right around the corner from me on 52nd Street. Went in and saw book of Mormon. Awsome

  10. I was there last week..if u in the lobby after purchasing a ticket…u can see across out the window..2 old hotels..cant remember the name..they bordered up now

  11. I'm glad you showed the Margon restaurant some love. I've been going to them since the late 80s, still there and serving great food.

  12. The door to the Knickerbocker was cool never new that. And I'm a life long New Yorker. The Cuban resteraunt Margons between sixth and Broadway. I used to go there 25, 30 years ago. I worked around the corner 1177 6th Ave. Food was awesome then. I'm sure still is. Great stuff about my beautiful city. Keep up the great work..

  13. The sound was like a very long gong or something like that. Not for those with bad joints though. 😊 This was a nice guide in general, I don't have a favourite place.

  14. it looks like he got pay from that Cuban restaurant…$9 for a Cuban sandwich it is a little expensive !!!

  15. I heard the noise from 5:00 yes but I can imagine people staring at you like, "WT.. is going on down there?" lol Another Great Video! Keep up the great work!

  16. Very good guys thx.. i pushed the button.. Where can i get a nyc subway map.. ive called and written.. no one will has or will send me one .. plz let me know im coming in 2 weeks ( online is too small i need a fold out) thx

  17. Your videos are very helpful. I'm a native new Yorker and I thought I knew everything there was to know about this city but your videos show me that there is a lot more to learn! Thank you!

  18. Been to Times Square probably 100X and had no idea about any of these. I had no idea about any of these, but will be paying closer attention next time.

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    It’s been just over 110 years since Einstein published his groundbreaking papers in 1905 that revolutionized physics as we know it and ushered in the quantum age. Among these papers were his theories on special relativity (not to be confused with general relativity, which he published 10 years later in 1915). His theories on special relativity discussed such strange things as length contraction and time dilation when an observer moved at speeds approaching the speed of light (3 x 108 meters per second, or c). While Einstein was a brilliant physicist, he by no means developed these theories in a vacuum. All great science comes from collaboration and parallel research. Results from an experiment from 1887 would go on to support Einstein’s theories of special relativity and help drive the quantum age alongside it. The experiment in question, the Michelson-Morley experiment, would become one of the most famous failed experiments in history.

    Image from quantum-reality.net

    The idea behind the Michelson-Morley experiment can be simplified to the analogy of a person swimming in a river with a current. Depending on whether or not the person is swimming with or against the current, his or her relative velocity (the speed of travel) will change. For Albert Michelson and Edward Morley the river is a material (or medium) called “ether” and the person swimming is light. From ideas presented by physicist James Clerk Maxwell years earlier, Michelson and Morley knew that light was a wave. From daily experiences they had some preconceived notions about waves. For example, we can observe that in order to hear sound, the sound waves must move (or propagate) throughsomething (e.g., air or water). Without a material to move through, there is no sound to be heard. If this is true for sound, thought Michelson and Morley, then surely it’s true for light as well. “Ether” was the name given to the hypothetical medium that surrounded all things that light propagated through (even the vacuum of space).

    Their experiment set out to measure different speeds of light depending on whether or not the light was “swimming” with or against the ether’s current. The results were… unexpected. Michelson and Morley saw that no matter which way the light “swam,” it maintained a constant velocity of c. If we look back to our river analogy that would mean that no matter how fast the current flowed against the swimmer, he or she would continue to swim at the same constant pace no matter what. But how? This goes against classical physics and our very intuitions about motion! What the results of this experiment meant for physics was that there was no absolute point of view (or reference frame) to measure events—that everything was relative.

    Michelson-Morley Experimental SetupImage from St. Lawrence University

    Now, I must admit, Michelson is dear to my heart. At my school, Clark University, you’ll be hard pressed to take a physics course without hearing his name. This is not just because of his contributions to quantum theory but because he was the first head of our physics department in 1889! For his contributions to science, Michelson became the first American to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1907. The Michelson-Morley experiment demonstrates many key aspects of the scientific process, most notably that when it comes to science there’s really no such thing as failure. 

    References:

    Fowler, Michael. "The Michelson-Morley Experiment." The Michelson-Morley Experiment. University of Virginia Physics, 15 Sept. 2008. Web. 01 June 2016. "Michelson and Morley." Michelson and Morley. American Physical Society, n.d. Web. 01 June 2016. "The Michelson-Morley Experiment." Relativity. Nobel Media AB, n.d. Web. 01 June 2016.

     

     

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    It’s been just over 110 years since Einstein published his groundbreaking papers in 1905 that revolutionized physics as we know it and ushered in the quantum age. Among these papers were his theories on special relativity (not to be confused with general relativity, which he published 10 years later in 1915). His theories on special relativity discussed such strange things as length contraction and time dilation when an observer moved at speeds approaching the speed of light (3 x 108 meters per second, or c). While Einstein was a brilliant physicist, he by no means developed these theories in a vacuum. All great science comes from collaboration and parallel research. Results from an experiment from 1887 would go on to support Einstein’s theories of special relativity and help drive the quantum age alongside it. The experiment in question, the Michelson-Morley experiment, would become one of the most famous failed experiments in history.

    Image from quantum-reality.net

    The idea behind the Michelson-Morley experiment can be simplified to the analogy of a person swimming in a river with a current. Depending on whether or not the person is swimming with or against the current, his or her relative velocity (the speed of travel) will change. For Albert Michelson and Edward Morley the river is a material (or medium) called “ether” and the person swimming is light. From ideas presented by physicist James Clerk Maxwell years earlier, Michelson and Morley knew that light was a wave. From daily experiences they had some preconceived notions about waves. For example, we can observe that in order to hear sound, the sound waves must move (or propagate) throughsomething (e.g., air or water). Without a material to move through, there is no sound to be heard. If this is true for sound, thought Michelson and Morley, then surely it’s true for light as well. “Ether” was the name given to the hypothetical medium that surrounded all things that light propagated through (even the vacuum of space).

    Their experiment set out to measure different speeds of light depending on whether or not the light was “swimming” with or against the ether’s current. The results were… unexpected. Michelson and Morley saw that no matter which way the light “swam,” it maintained a constant velocity of c. If we look back to our river analogy that would mean that no matter how fast the current flowed against the swimmer, he or she would continue to swim at the same constant pace no matter what. But how? This goes against classical physics and our very intuitions about motion! What the results of this experiment meant for physics was that there was no absolute point of view (or reference frame) to measure events—that everything was relative.

    Michelson-Morley Experimental SetupImage from St. Lawrence University

    Now, I must admit, Michelson is dear to my heart. At my school, Clark University, you’ll be hard pressed to take a physics course without hearing his name. This is not just because of his contributions to quantum theory but because he was the first head of our physics department in 1889! For his contributions to science, Michelson became the first American to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1907. The Michelson-Morley experiment demonstrates many key aspects of the scientific process, most notably that when it comes to science there’s really no such thing as failure. 

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    Fowler, Michael. "The Michelson-Morley Experiment." The Michelson-Morley Experiment. University of Virginia Physics, 15 Sept. 2008. Web. 01 June 2016. "Michelson and Morley." Michelson and Morley. American Physical Society, n.d. Web. 01 June 2016. "The Michelson-Morley Experiment." Relativity. Nobel Media AB, n.d. Web. 01 June 2016.

     

     

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  25. Akashavayu 00 Aries failure did it work for you  how about this skip to main content

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    The Most Famous Failed Experiment

    By Sarah Wells

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    It’s been just over 110 years since Einstein published his groundbreaking papers in 1905 that revolutionized physics as we know it and ushered in the quantum age. Among these papers were his theories on special relativity (not to be confused with general relativity, which he published 10 years later in 1915). His theories on special relativity discussed such strange things as length contraction and time dilation when an observer moved at speeds approaching the speed of light (3 x 108 meters per second, or c). While Einstein was a brilliant physicist, he by no means developed these theories in a vacuum. All great science comes from collaboration and parallel research. Results from an experiment from 1887 would go on to support Einstein’s theories of special relativity and help drive the quantum age alongside it. The experiment in question, the Michelson-Morley experiment, would become one of the most famous failed experiments in history.

    Image from quantum-reality.net

    The idea behind the Michelson-Morley experiment can be simplified to the analogy of a person swimming in a river with a current. Depending on whether or not the person is swimming with or against the current, his or her relative velocity (the speed of travel) will change. For Albert Michelson and Edward Morley the river is a material (or medium) called “ether” and the person swimming is light. From ideas presented by physicist James Clerk Maxwell years earlier, Michelson and Morley knew that light was a wave. From daily experiences they had some preconceived notions about waves. For example, we can observe that in order to hear sound, the sound waves must move (or propagate) throughsomething (e.g., air or water). Without a material to move through, there is no sound to be heard. If this is true for sound, thought Michelson and Morley, then surely it’s true for light as well. “Ether” was the name given to the hypothetical medium that surrounded all things that light propagated through (even the vacuum of space).

    Their experiment set out to measure different speeds of light depending on whether or not the light was “swimming” with or against the ether’s current. The results were… unexpected. Michelson and Morley saw that no matter which way the light “swam,” it maintained a constant velocity of c. If we look back to our river analogy that would mean that no matter how fast the current flowed against the swimmer, he or she would continue to swim at the same constant pace no matter what. But how? This goes against classical physics and our very intuitions about motion! What the results of this experiment meant for physics was that there was no absolute point of view (or reference frame) to measure events—that everything was relative.

    Michelson-Morley Experimental SetupImage from St. Lawrence University

    Now, I must admit, Michelson is dear to my heart. At my school, Clark University, you’ll be hard pressed to take a physics course without hearing his name. This is not just because of his contributions to quantum theory but because he was the first head of our physics department in 1889! For his contributions to science, Michelson became the first American to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1907. The Michelson-Morley experiment demonstrates many key aspects of the scientific process, most notably that when it comes to science there’s really no such thing as failure. 

    References:

    Fowler, Michael. "The Michelson-Morley Experiment." The Michelson-Morley Experiment. University of Virginia Physics, 15 Sept. 2008. Web. 01 June 2016. "Michelson and Morley." Michelson and Morley. American Physical Society, n.d. Web. 01 June 2016. "The Michelson-Morley Experiment." Relativity. Nobel Media AB, n.d. Web. 01 June 2016.

     

     

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  26. check out our boy Ron Hadberg great experiment he just did

    should be about 145 ft of curvature at I-25 and at 17.5 miles away great job Ron see this is what we need no more talk well not no more talk but enough talk for now

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  27. check out our boy Ron Hadberg great experiment he just did

    should be about 145 ft of curvature at I-25 and at 17.5 miles away great job Ron see this is what we need no more talk well not no more talk but enough talk for now

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  28. Bro, you talk tooo much, people tryna hear…😊 tnx men. Also, you should put the name of the history y’all talking about…cause it’s New York…it’s loud and people can’t really hear through the speakers/mic.

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  30. In 1997 they lifted the entire theatre and moved the Amc theatre's to the current location where it's located now. I remember it making the front page of the newspaper. I remember it took hours

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  34. The restaurant looks like it serves good food in great portions but that sandwich she described sounded horrible!
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