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Category Archives: NY Scenes

The area has been revitalized, which means most of its history is gone. I revisit this topic and my mixed feelings about it over and over. A thriving city must change to meet the needs of current residents, but I still miss the history that is destroyed with each renovation and new construction. The Keler Hotel […]

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Available In My Galleries Here Early Sunday morning in the West Village, at the corner of Leroy and Greenwich Streets. The entire outside of the building is a copy/version of a previous work by Martin Creed originally shown at the Tate in London. I think the idea behind the piece — “the whole world + […]

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I think it makes sense to start at the beginning and work backwards. I’ve got 2 friends – Justin Balog and Armando Martinez- who have a joint enterprise together called The Photo Frontier.They’re both available for hire as great photographers in their own right, but together they offer photo tours and adventures, books, tutorials, Lightroom […]

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The Roseland Ballroom first opened in Philadelphia in 1917. It lasted all of two years before moving to a spot about a block away from this location in 1919, a refugee from Philly’s blue laws.  This location first opened in 1922 as an ice-skating rink, converted to a roller rink, and became the Roseland when […]

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Available In My Galleries Here From underneath the elevated No. 7 train, a direct view of the Empire State Building with what little remains of the famed 5 Pointz graffiti museum in Long Island City, Queens.  

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