Here is a show I am looking forward to. Entitled "Saving Place: Fifty Years of New York City Landmarks," it comes to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the New York City Landmarks Law, and will open this month at the Museum of the City of NY. With more than 31,000 buildings designated as individual landmarks or fall within one of 110 designated historic districts, we, New Yorkers, thank everyday for the law that comes to preserve the city's heritage and to protect great buildings. It all happened after one tragic demolition, the old Pennsylvania Station, when in 1965, Mayor Robert F. Wagner, Jr. signed a law creating the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Here are some of my favorite buildings that are alive thanks to the efforts for preservation.