Bike month is not quite over. This weekend Anthology Film Archives are running films, features, parties, events, and art shows about bikes. Anthology Film Archives2nd Avenue and 2nd Street, Manhattanvarious times; $10 ticketsContinues through Sunday.bicyclefilmfestival.com Image from Anthology website
Happy 125th Birthday. More pictures here
In the lead up to the 125th birthday celebrations this week we stumbled upon the 1981 Ken Burns PBS documentary on the Brooklyn Bridge. It is available on the watch-on-demand service from Netflix.
The Lady BIB has two pieces in Slate’s special issue on procrastination: “Procrastination Lit” explores great books with lollygagging protagonists, and “It’s All in My Head” plumbs the difference between procrastination and writer’s block, using Ralph Ellison and Truman Capote as case studies.
Pictures of the push-bike journey on Sunday. Note to self: Invest in a more comfy bike seat.
From Kent Avenue, Williamsburg.
This afternoon I got to spend some time with the MDCs as they prepared for their performance on Times Square.
On Union Square this afternoon.