Monthly Archives: September 2014

A walk through the West Village between things

Had a wardrobe fitting one morning and an audition in the afternoon. With so much time to kill, I had my camera with me and wandered the West Village taking shots of the architecture and neighborhoods. Next week: A walk … Continue reading

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A Sunny Day in the Graveyard at Sleepy Hollow

The final part of family time around NYC was a stop in the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. We entered through the main gate, where there was a handy bathroom and also a pile of free maps for the cemetery itself (there … Continue reading

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A Brief Stop in Tarrytown

During a trip to the Sleepy Hollow area of New York State, we made a brief stop in Tarrytown to do some antiquing and get some sushi. We didn’t go to see the mansions (something I should eventually like to … Continue reading

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Brief

Went with family to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They wanted to see the Charles James exhibit and the Garry Winogrand exhibit, and then wander the museum for a bit that day. Since I’ve covered the museum before, let’s just dive … Continue reading

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