In these years of pandemic and social distancing, wandering in a vast cemetery has become more than ever before a peaceful and contemplative activity. Some come to visit relatives’ graves, some to learn about the historic battle of the American … Continue reading →
Coney Island is an unlikely scene for a presidential campaign rally, but the unlikely candidate drew an energetic crowd to the boardwalk on a Sunday afternoon.
Photoville 2015 on the Brooklyn waterfront, a great open air photo show. There’s no way to summarize the work of 400 contemporary photographers exhibited in shipping containers, but one recurring theme was social engagement.
Don Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuniga, reimagined on a Brooklyn door, tagged with graffiti.
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I love a flea market. This one in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is the epitome of upscale cool and features hip artisanal everything-you-can-imagine: Oriental rugs, handmade jewelry, vintage clothing, baseball cards, unspeakable junk, prices you might not want to inquire about. The … Continue reading →