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Coriolistic Anachronisms - New York

   

And New York Powders her Face

It was late last Friday night, and windy. New York was all flustered. “Excuse me,” she said in a shy voice. And then she came back Saturday morning, powdered in white. More to come in full color as soon as I get a chance to process… Having…

Groundhog Day-jà Vu

Punxsutawney Phil did not see its shadow and an early spring is upon us. In a comical twist, other animals are being thrown into the prediction business and Staten Island’s groundhog Chuck is now claiming the 49ers will win the Superbowl. Whatever. Today’s online New…

Christmas Cat, Happy

Our cat happens to like wearing things. He mellows out and seems perfectly content. But I can’t figure out if he’s thinking: “Merry Christmas, peace on earth, good will to all creatures great and small,” or just “Pellets. Day-in, day-out.” Don Estorbo de la Bodega,…

Boreum Hill, Brooklyn

This was late fall, we were walking back from Prospect Park. Not all of Brooklyn has gentrified. Some neighborhoods remain sketchy. As always, a single block is enough for a full transition from stuck up, I eat organic and go to art shows civilization to I eat when and…