The Art of SoHo

The crowds don’t start until some time around noon. So, it seemed like a good time to walk along West Broadway. The vendors and artists that line the sidewalks from Broome to Houston Streets used to start shortly after 8 a.m. but even at 10:00 a.m. it was certainly not crowded. Some of the artists have headed to the High Line while others have left SoHo for other parts of the country but there are still a few familiar faces. 


Graduation Day for us all

On a beautiful, warm, sunny morning in Greenwich Village parents and children gathered on Friday to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2016 at P.S. 3. In typical downtown style the casual, colorful dress of parents, teachers and students lined up for seats while some who expected to have to stand during the ceremony had a bite at the Hudson Diner or Oscar’s. As it turned out it wasn’t necessary to get on line because there were seats for everyone.


Hey, Look! It's Michael Garin!

In an attempt to behave less like an irresponsible drunk adolescent and more like a responsible drunk adult, I’ve been following some of my favorite performers to new and immersive venues, my favorite being the Django. The performers I followed there were the incomparable Brian Newman Quintet, and I know anyone they choose to relinquish their stage to will be fantastic in their own right.


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