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An Afternoon in Greenwich Village: Fading Bohemia

Several weeks ago, I spent a Friday afternoon in Greenwich Village in Manhattan. Any casual devotee of the arts and literature understands the prominent position of Greenwich Village in the constellation of American bohemian. 530 more words

Travels

Review by Jacqueline, Munich

“Had a great photo tour with Leanne through Soho, Greenwich and Little Italy. They picked me up at my apartment and then it went straight into the Metro with photographing going on.” Jacqueline, Munich  You can find the full review on my site.

New York City

The Stonewall National Monument

“NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, by the authority vested in me by section 320301 of title 54, United States Code, hereby proclaim the objects identified above that are situated upon lands and interests in lands owned or controlled by the Federal Government to be the Stonewall National Monument …” 723 more words

Things To See

The Times Are A-Changin'

On a sunny spring day in April, 1961, a crowd of disgruntled 20-somethings with guitars strung across their backs gathered in Greenwich Village’s Washington Square Park in New York City. 2,500 more words

Culture

Kesté Pizza & Vino in the Village– The Finest Neapolitan Pizza in America?

Growing up on the Jersey side in the mid-70s, my fascination with New York City was focused 100% on Greenwich Village. And since my world back then revolved 100% around music, the heart of the Village for me was Bleecker Street—home of night clubs like The Bitter End and Kenny’s Castaways and several old and musty and dusty used record stores. 605 more words

Pizza

Oscar Isaac--Hang Me, Oh Hang Me

I guess it’s probably in bad form to talk about two films in a row directed by the Coen Brothers with T Bone Burnett as music director.   236 more words

Music

New York, New York

New York City is like a translucid dream, somehow totally familiar and completely foreign at the same time; often reminiscent of a memory of something you’ve never experienced. 337 more words

USA