Stage curtains have been dark for over 3 months including “Suicide Forest” but we all have spirits of celebration for Off and Off Broadway 2020 productions at The 2020 Obie Awards virtual event on Tuesday, July 14 th at 8pm ET
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Jabari Jumps by @gaiacornwall. It helps children learn to face their fears, and shares with parents wonderful words to encourage their children. It also features a competent and emotionally attentive male caregiver. #raddads
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“The door crashes open, beer cans and bottles hurtle in. Pine and his troop rush to shut it. At that point the only uniformed cop among them gets hit with something under his eye. He hollers, and his hand comes away scarlet. It looks a lot more serious than it really is. They are all suddenly furious. Three run out in front to see if they can scare the mob from the door. A hail of coins. A beer can glances off Deputy Inspector Smyth’s head.”
Howard Smith was a journalist and found himself on the frontline, the Friday night of the Stonewall riots. He described it in an article written for the July 3rd, 1969 issue of the Village Voice.
This book is filled with personal accounts of what happened those nights, and the years before and after. Gripping!
A commuter wearing Latex gloves waits for the Uptown 6 Train at Bleeker Street, March 24,2020. Today, I began the next phase of my reporting, documenting the NYC subway system during the city shutdown. More to follow. #BestNYPhoto
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One nice thing about being stuck at home is I’ve finally made the time to retrieve old photos from random memory cards I’ve had lying around and back them up onto a hard drive. Here’s a snap of the wonderful Charles Bradley in January 2016 during the Village Voice Pazz + Jop Party, taken on my baby Canon Rebel T5i before I knew what I was doing. Miss that guy!
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The Village Voice called 80 University Place, home in the 1970’s until 1980. They then moved to Broadway & 13th Street, and in 1991 to Cooper Square. With today’s very sad news of the @villagevoice closure, we say THANK YOU for everything you gave us!! 🙏🏼 We’ll miss you and forever remember those Tuesday nights waiting for the first copies at Astor Place! Gone, never forgotten, always a New York City icon. We'll love you, forever!!❤️ #greenwichvillage#villagevoice
Thank you for everything you gave us @villagevoice 📰 Gone but never forgotten. We’ll miss you always, and forever remember those Tuesday nights waiting at Astor Place! We'll always love you. 🙏🏼❤️ #astorplace#villagevoice
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