Posts Tagged ‘ Musicians ’

RETROSPECTIVE OF TWO YEARS RIDING THE NYC SUBWAY

RETROSPECTIVE OF TWO YEARS RIDING THE NYC SUBWAY

My second novel, Pushing Water, will be hitting the market any day now! It’s been a long time coming. There for a while I didn’t think it would ever get finished. But one thing about writing is that if you keep at it, I mean earnestly write your heart out, eventually it gets completed. This...

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WOODSTOCK AND THE OLD SHED

WOODSTOCK AND THE OLD SHED

It was Memorial Day weekend. According to the forecast the weather would be unpredictable. We didn’t care. We were headed upstate to spend the long holiday weekend with friends in an old farm house sitting in the middle of a densely wooded area near the Delaware Gap. Not much was planned. Fun and relaxation was...

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STREET AND SUBWAY ENTERTAINMENT

STREET AND SUBWAY ENTERTAINMENT

There’s always a lot going on in NYC. Construction, noise, traffic, crowds, tons of places to eat, and lots of music, both in clubs and on the street, and in the subways. A few weeks ago I posted a blog piece about city musicians and promised to do another. Today seemed like as good...

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LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU

LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU

It’s no secret that I love photography. I like to look at the world through the lens of a camera, click the shutter and make time stand still. I have over 44,000 digital photos loaded in my computer. And there are quite a few 35 MM photos stashed in cupboard boxes in the hallway....

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ANOTHER DAY OF SUMMER

ANOTHER DAY OF SUMMER

The sky was a brilliant blue. A soft, cool breeze gently rustled the leaves of the geranium plants on our terrace. What a perfect day for a stroll along a boardwalk, and we  jumped on a subway to take the hour-long ride out to Coney Island. Wanting to be outside as much as possible,...

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