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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Two-Fifty New York

Hot in New York. It’s never good when you’re looking toward the weekend, anxiously anticipating the ‘relief’ of a 93-degree day. But that’s what the city is in the summer, and running from it only takes more out of you. I made this observation with Tom Myers, who was out from Northern California last week: […]

Ten Years On

I found myself in the “Friends Circle” of the “Celebrate Brooklyn” concert series in Prospect Park on Friday night, the a cappella strains of Lady Blacksmith Mambazo in the air and the place awash in a sea of white, liberal guilt. Kids on annoying top-dollar push scooters abounded, many of the younger ones outfitted with […]