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The 2017 Ice Festival and Carvings

I attended the 2017 Ice Festival in Central Park, located at the Naumburg Bandshell. The festivities centered around an ice carving by the Okamoto Studio, as in past years. That same week, an article in the NY Post was published … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Street Garden

Hidden away in Little Italy, lies a garden on the side of an antique store. It is called Elizabeth Street Garden. In it lie various sculptures and flowers. It is used for summer movie showings as well as meeting places … Continue reading

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Being Let in to Marble Cemetery

There are several small cemeteries throughout NYC. Most are closed to the public, but on some occasions, you can enter during an event or public opening. Such was the case with the New York Marble Cemetery, which opens its gates … Continue reading

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Sigmund Freud Being Dissected in Madison Square Park

From June 16th-18th, there was a massive sculpture in the seating area just west of Madison Square Park. It was a piece from Austrian artist Nychos and sponsored by the Tourist Board of Vienna. It depicts a giant-sized Sigmund Freud … Continue reading

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The Central Park Conservatory Garden

Set just south of the east side of Harlem Meer is the Conservatory Garden. It covers six acres and is divided up into three sections: the north is a French Garden, the center is an Italian Garden, and the south … Continue reading

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A Walk Through Tribeca

Had a bunch of time to kill before an audition in downtown Manhattan, so I brought the camera and wandered around a bunch of Tribeca. The sun was quite strong that morning and created some nice shadow play on the … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Ice Show in Central Park

Valentine’s Day found NYC cold and snowy. It also marked the 35th anniversary of the Central Park Conservancy. I have attended the last two Ice Festivals, first at Belvedere Castle, and then at Bethesda Terrace. This year it took place … Continue reading

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