Power outages have hit so I have to be quick! The FDR in my part of town is completely underwater. That’s six lanes of expressway gone quiet for now but Sandy’s strong, gusty… Continue reading
Union Square, NYC, Friday afternoon. Sunshine with the first of the season’s chill winds nipping through the air and the thrill of the completely unexpected waiting in the Square. One space, one simple… Continue reading
For better or worse, I present my . . . Wedding Portfolio! Only kidding! Central Park sunshine afternoon amidst the shade and shadows of love’s bright lights. May they live happily ever after.… Continue reading
A quiet day at home behind the door up on the fifth floor with a glimpse through the keyhole of a lazy day. I should be doing this and I… Continue reading
Summer Saturday afternoon in the city. Not Madison Square Gardens but just as good if not better! Down on the corner of Sixth Avenue and West 4th St crowds gather to watch local… Continue reading
Sunday softball in the cool shade of Central Park, on the soft green grass of the Great Lawn. While the middle of the US is in the grips of one of the worst… Continue reading
New York City is full of fabulous women of a certain age who let their hair go grey and grow long. They don’t have cosmetic surgery, they don’t put their make-up away and… Continue reading
Unfocused Old school press man on the beat in downtown New York City. He passed by in a blur as I was hurrying in the opposite direction.
May Day Fun Day I suppose I could start at the beginning but that was a long time ago. You know when you have had a really long day of intense activity, and… Continue reading
Trayvon Martin Rally Union Square March 21st. Union Square, New York City. 1,000,000 Hoodie March for Trayvon Martin. 17 yrs old. Shot to death February 26 in Florida. Found to be in possession of… Continue reading
Art Crawling Around the Bowery An Art Crawl! With drinks! Hard to resist! Yesterday, ARTLOG and THRILLEST presented the fifth annual Lower East Side Bowery Art Crawl where at each gallery we were… Continue reading
The bliss of restful waiting in the early afternoon sunshine down on West 14th St, NYC.
Police Occupy Wall St: Zuccotti Park Raided Police in riot gear raided Zuccotti park, site of the Occupy Wall St, in the early hours of this morning. They arrested over two hundred people,… Continue reading
How possible is it for a crowd to change more than the traffic? October 15, 2011, so many thousands marched to Times Square from the occupied Zuccotti Park in downtown New York. There… Continue reading
That the sun rises on another day is not only inevitable, sometimes it is a miracle. Ten years ago today the sun dropped from a bright blue New York sky, sinking into an… Continue reading