Taking in everything Washington Square Park offers in ten minutes.
Unintentional writing prompts.
Before catching a couple shows last Thursday (Root Shock at Funk ‘N Waffles and The Magnetic Pull, Heretofore and Formidable Duke at Otro Cinco), I relaxed with…… Read more “Visible (Part One)”
When the nice, summer weather was in full force — let’s say June — I spent a free evening at a NoExcuses interest meeting. Michael John Heagerty’s outreach evening to…… Read more “Musical Chairs”
For the first time I denied myself didn’t consume a cup of coffee in a time of duress. The only thing in-hand to worry about was the dying…… Read more “New York Stories: ‘Before These Cobbled Streets’”
One day I’ll fully understand the tug of war with kids. Just the other day, a coworker and I were chuckling over an anecdote. She said that…… Read more “New York Stories: ‘Kings for the Moment’”
I feel at home at the Museum of Modern Art. It’s an educational beacon. Most of the time — this defines a successful trip — I leave…… Read more “New York Stories: ‘Just Art?’”
My early arrival to the Cuban diner, Copellia, was appropriate. For one, I didn’t want my unfamiliarity to get the best of me this time. Instead of…… Read more “New York Stories: ‘Postscript’”
The Black Rabbit pub in Greenpoint is Edgar Allen Poe’s wet dream. Before I get to that… Walking up the steps from the subway to the dark…… Read more “New York Stories: ‘Rabbit Hole’”