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The Gay Graves Tour: It’s in “Out”

“New Jersey is the poorest place in the world to give concerts, except Central Africa.”
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intoning endless

A dream to some, a nightmare to others.

- photo by Mitch Waxman

The shots in today’s post were gathered at an Atlas Obscura event in Green Wood Cemetery last weekend, … 715 more words

New York City

Joseph Quadri

106th Infantry Farewell parade 1917

This one took a little digging, but I managed to get quite a bit of information. I’m glad I did. … 444 more words

This Is Sad

To Do This Weekend: Visit the Green-Wood Cemetery and an Old-Fashioned Bookshop

SATURDAY, October 18

New York may be dead during the weekend, but that rarely causes people to hang out at a cemetery. Except for now. That is what we are doing this weekend. 282 more words

Eight-Day Week

Autumn comes to Green-Wood

“I trust in nature for the stable laws of beauty and utility. Spring shall plant and autumn garner to the end of time.” 336 more words
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Kind Words for the Gay Graves Tour

“So much of our time is preparation, so much is routine, and so much retrospect, that the pith of each man’s genius contracts itsel f to a very few hours.” 123 more words

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Visiting Gay Graves at Green-Wood Cemetery | Brooklyn

“Anyone here know Bethesda Fountain?” Phil asks the gathered group of men (and one woman). “The statue is known as the Angel of the Waters, and its sculptor happens to be our first lesbian artist on the tour.” 919 more words