Tag Archives: Central Park
We are about to end the second year of the pandemic. We started the year with new vaccines, a gradual return to work, and grounds for optimism. As the year unfolded, Covid case rates went down in New York City … Continue reading
One year ago New York City looked and felt very different, but now in the middle of May change has started to take hold and hope is in the air. Here is a look back at the first five months … Continue reading
The year we would all rather forget, the year from hell, the year of shock and loss and pain is nearing its end. With vaccines and a new president, change is in the air for 2021.
More of the most memorable faces I have seen in New York in this pandemic year. Somehow, people express their essence even while wearing a mask.
Activities for a sunny Sunday in January:
Autumn in December. This magnificent beech tree near 5th Avenue and 98th Street is still in leaf.
Pope Francis made a procession through Central Park in his Popemobile today to the delight of 80,000 people who won tickets in a lottery, then passed through metal detectors and waited on their feet for up to 8 hours for … Continue reading