Sun washed New York City today… Muffled by days gray with rain and clouds, New York City came up clean and bright, Upper East Side skyline stretched from river to sky.
The Wetlands Alamosa Wildlife Refuge, my friend Diana writes, “Just recently, I have come to experience the Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge in an entirely new way. Instead of sampling the sanctuary like a temporary […]
A remarkable moment in time, AscendWithPride, a sun-soaked expression of barriers torn down, folks of all ages and genders. All walk into FDR Four Freedoms Park to appreciate and share gay pride […]
The Gothamist, a robust independent New York City online news source, published a comprehensive guide to helping cats. It’s locally oriented but is applicable almost anywhere. I’m linking it here because it […]
“I just turned 89,” Jackie Robinson of Advertising, Roy Eaton told me. I ran into him this morning on Roosevelt Island in New York City, the community we both call home. Then, […]
Birth of the Cool released anew: YRB’s Jonn Nubian talks to the next Miles Davis generation Before Kind of Blue, the best jazz album of all time, the Miles David Nonet released […]
FIGMENT NYC 2019 kicked off today In New York on Roosevelt Island. June 1st, 2019, Roosevelt Island welcomed its first FIGMENT NYC participatory art project in Lighthouse Park. The crowd for this […]
In the Odyssey, “Sailing over the wine-dark sea” was how Homer described the Aegean nearly 3,000 years ago. Today, his pulse would still quicken, roused by the allure of those waters.