In the small hours of Sunday morning I got to shoot Adam X during his Traversable Wormhole set at National Underground.
I watched the swearing-in of Barack Obama with a small crowd in Foley Square in Lower Manhattan. UPDATE: Could not resist adding more shots. See below for extras.
“We saw a very good piece of ground: and hard by it there was a Cliffe, that looked of the colour of a white greene, as though it were either Copper or Silver Myne: and I thinke it be one of them, by the trees that grow upon it. For they be all burned, […]
Today was the second Summer Streets event where Park Avenue was closed to cars from Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park. Next Saturday, August the 23rd, is the last chance to take part in the experiment.
Here’s a new video just uploaded of a pedestrian shoving cyclists around on the Friday ride I took part in. Also, in case you missed it, below is the movie of the cop barging a cyclist off his bike in Times Square. What must the tourists think? I was told by several cyclists that […]
"I’m from Bay Ridge,*" Peggy tells Joan, who stares at her with hungry feline boredom. "We have manners." The Lady BIB writes about Mad Men on DVD over at Moving Image Source, the Museum of the Moving Image’s fantastic new film website, edited by Friend of BIB Dennis Lim. *Pictured above
Impressive painted signage seen on West Broadway and Chambers Street this afternoon.
On May 31st Governors Island opened up to the public for the summer. Today we took our push-bikes on the free ferry and crossed over the river into the Jazz Age. Michael Aranella and the Dreamland Orchestra were playing to an authentic and beautifully turned out crowd as we arrived. Most of the old […]