Tuesday, July 25, 2017

See The Light

July 24, 2010 by  
Filed under Fiction, Secrets of NYC, Stories

(South Street – Photos by Joe) The five of us all gazed at a blue neon glow that was brightest by the Fish Market Restaurant on South Street. I shuffled my feet, blinked, squinted, and pretended to look real hard. Don’t know if the shuffling of the feet worked, but I did my best not to […]

Angel of New York

September 5, 2009 by  
Filed under Ghosts, Photos, Secrets of NYC

I was all over the City this past Sunday.   Canal Street was bumper to bumper traffic. The sidewalks were packed. If you looked away for a half-sec, you risked being trampled underfoot. When I headed uptown, all the bars on West Broadway had their doors flung open and music filled the air. Thompson Street was a little shady […]

THE GLOAMING HOUR

September 3, 2009 by  
Filed under Photos, Secrets of NYC

(Photos by Bald Punk – Central Park)  The wildest and weirdest hour in NYC is the “gloaming.” There is no better place to experience it other than Central Park. “It’s a sensual treat,” my lady friend likes to say when we’re in the Park at twilight. Manhattan nights can be peculiar, especially on the rare occasions when something of Old New York seems […]

We’re on a Road Trip to Home Depot (Secrets Interlude)

August 13, 2009 by  
Filed under Scrappy Doodles, Secrets of NYC, Stories

(Photo by Bald Punk – Columbus Circle from Central Park South – click to expand) First– I promise over the weekend to take you one step deeper into the darkest secrets New York has to offer. I’ve been thinking about where to go next, and it came to me moments ago– Me and you got to go back […]