Judge says NYC’s stop and frisk is unconstitutional
This is a good first step, but the City has vowed to fight, so it’s not over yet.
Early December Photojojo
I’ve fallen a bit behind on these photo time capsules. Here’s the one from early December. Apparently, all my interesting photos from back then were taken in NYC.
Top 200 Photos: #145
To New York City at Christmas time for today’s Top 200 Photos. photo #145 is: In 2006 I went, for the first time ever, to go see the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center. It was crazy to see so many people there given how cold it was. My takeaway was that the tree always looks […]
Top 200 Photos: #167
Back once again to NYC for today’s Top 200 Photo. photo #167 is: Since I have family (in-laws) in NYC, I’ve tried, on occasion, to take my brothers to experience parts of NYC that we never got to see in the brief time my family rolled through before. On this trip, Dave got to ride […]
Top 200 Photos: #183
Back to NYC in this installment of the Top 200 Photos. photo #183 is: In March 2002 I went to NYC for the second time in my life. It was exciting for so many reasons. I was meeting my girlfriend’s parents for the first time and I was going to one of the biggest cities […]
Do they really need to know this?
I’m not often annoyed enough with mainstream news organizations to make a big deal out of it. Plenty of stuff they do annoys me, but I rarely get so charged up that I blog about it. Recently they stoked my fire when discussing the attempted terrorism on Times Square. Take, for example the following excerpt […]
A Daily Photo: The Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge. It was completed in 1883 and it links Brooklyn to Manhattan. It’s also possible to take the Manhattan Bridge from Brooklyn, but it’s far less picturesque. I’ve been to the Brooklyn Bridge a few times to take pictures with the first time being when I bought my Fujifilm Finepix S7000. This was […]
NYC Tet Trip Day 2
Part of my NYC Tet Travelogue. See part one here. this entry was originally written on ?13 Feb 2010 I went to the Lomography store yesterday and it was a very interesting experience. The store matches the aesthetic of the Lomography movement. It has a very casual feel to it. It definitely belongs in Greenwich […]
Halloween in The Village
Last year after Dina and Brian went to The Village for Halloween, I did some research on this tradition and decided we would go whenever things worked out. Well, this year was that year so we decided to spend Halloween night in Greenwich Village in NYC’s Manhattan. But, first, we rewind once again to last […]