Monthly Archives: August 2015

A Short East Side of Midtown Walk

As is usually the case of auditions, I spent time afterwards walking around the area and took some people pics among other things. Here’s a few of the highlights. Next week: I’m out of town, so we’ll skip a weekend … Continue reading

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A Book Signing in SoHo

I treated myself to a book signing that took me to a store in SoHo I had never been to. That place was Housing Works Bookstore Cafe and the author was Felicia Day. She had written a memoir titled You’re Never … Continue reading

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A Long Walk Along the Brooklyn Navy Yard

For anyone who works in film and TV in the NYC area, inevitably you will work on a production that is based out of Steiner Studios. While it is a large and fantastic studio to work in, it is not … Continue reading

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Birds and Other Animals (but mostly birds) Around Morningside Park

To wrap up these posts on Morningside Park, let’s take a look at the animals that live in the park. There is always an egret (or some type of heron/loon) at the pond in the park, as well as some … Continue reading

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Stop Bullying Art Piece from LEAP

While walking in Morningside Park, I came across this very decorative table/bench set up. It was covered in various artwork and is part of the LEAP student public art program. Rather than talk about it, here are the images I took … Continue reading

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