Here is an image of my studio wall in the sunrise hours of the early morning. In an almost dark room, this was a stunning picture to appear on a white wall suddenly. Digital cameras are extremely sensitive to low levels of light, a fantastic technology. The window-screen mesh gives the bright central area aContinue reading “201031 Halloween: Old Photos”
During the Moscow edition of Trump’s Miss Universe Pageant, Mr. Trump was wined and dined by Vladimir Putin’s cronies under the pretense that Putin was somehow interested in a Trump-branded hotel in the Russian capital. Looking backward, even the pretext for the meeting is dubious at best. Nevertheless, Trump met with these oligarchs, each aContinue reading “Trump’s Hypnotic Suggestion”
After a considerable percentage of the New York City businesses relocate, millions upon millions of square feet of empty office space pose a liability to the city neighborhoods.
The writing is on the wall. Trump can’t win the election. His Hail Mary strategy includes causing so much chaos that the election has to be called off because it would be impossible to declare a winner fairly.
Heather Cox Richardson is an American historian specializing in American contemporary history.
Had we been hit by an atomic bomb which managed to selectively wipe out our seniors, this couldn’t have been worse.
Isaac was in heaven; it was the year of the fire truck for that eight-year-old. Zoë wanted a Sno-Cone.
Why would anyone want to stay when there is now talk of reopening here in NYC, too?
New Rule: Shared space over time spells disaster.
For her, it was a walk that she had taken a thousand times before.