Monday, September 25, 2017

The Destroyer Cometh

November 7, 2010 by  
Filed under Fiction, Ghosts, Secrets of NYC, Stories

I screwed up again. It’s the one thing I excel at. Now I found myself expecting to cross paths with at least one demon or other whom I would have to convince that “I was not the blood.” Read the last post to learn more. ~ The first touch was that of a malaise. A gnawing feeling soon followed. It was like an itch at […]

Hunter College, pigeon lady, and Park Ave

January 19, 2010 by  
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(Photos by Bald Punk) These are a few pictures I took walking west on 68th Street. In the first photo below is a sculpture called “Tao.” It was created by the late, Tony Smith. It sits right outside Hunter College. The lady feeding the pigeons was a dozen or so feet from it. In one photo, there is a […]

Chrysler Building

September 1, 2009 by  
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(Photos by Bald Punk – click twice to fully enlarge) Here are the other posts in the Chrysler Building series:     Art Deco Icon     Chrysler Building Lobby and Entrance     Lexington and 42nd  In the series below, I didn’t want to put up so many similar photos, but I did anyway. Whatever.   See Easy […]

Lexington and 42nd

September 1, 2009 by  
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(Photos by Bald Punk) I had loads of fun taking pictures Sunday. It was just me and no one else. The City was like a ghost town. Except for Canal Street, which I passed by earlier. It was packed with cars and people, while West Broadway was hopping with a swinging party. After taking pictures in Midtown, I went and […]

Random NYC Photos

August 28, 2009 by  
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(All photos by Bald Punk – Masonic Hall, West 24th Street – click twice to expand fully) I’m pretty excited to tell you more about Benny ‘the cigar store Indian.’ Probably tomorrow, definitely by Sunday. This coming entry will be about the time he spent working as a cigar store Indian. It involves reincarnation. It’s whacked. He’s whacked. […]