Author Archives: R

Columbus Avenue and 92nd Street

Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. August 2021

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1 Train

Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. July 2021

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Bryant Park

Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. July 2021

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96th Street 123 Subway Lines

Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. July 2021

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Scooting, 40th Street, Manhattan

Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. July 2021

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The Reservoir Bridge, Central Park

Under the Gothic Bridge, which is actually an Art Nouveau bridge, also called the Reservoir Bridge, over the Bridle Path in Central Park. There used to be horses but now there are trombonists. Another in a series of everyday scenes … Continue reading

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Escape

No one in Manhattan ever seems to use their terraces, but if fire escapes are all you can afford, that is a different thing. 92nd Street and Amsterdam. I slept on one in Greenwich Village in the days before I … Continue reading

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It’s not a Yo-Yo

Quarantine dog walking. Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. June 2021

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Anti-Vaxxers Outside our Front Door

In the mistaken impression that Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal lived in our apartment building on the Upper West Side, these anti-vaxxers assailed us with a bullhorn all afternoon. Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. January 2021

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Covid

Another in a series of everyday scenes in New York. August 2020

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