Miss New York and Feathers.
On a float that says Stand for the Arts bring back Ovation, which is a cable channel devoted to the Arts, which has been deleted by Time Warner Cable.
On the avenue, fifth avenue, the photographers will snap us,
And you’ll find that you’re in the rotogravure. – Irving Berlin
I’ve never been to the Easter Parade before, this morning I found myself in the middle of it. I always carry my camera.
I told them they were the second scariest in the parade, they said no not scary.
Everyone looks happy to be here, not sure about the young one underneath the lamp shade.
Fashionistas for sure.
All eggs not in one basket.
Colors my camera couldn’t possibly capture.
Guy hoped he didn’t break my camera.
Card sharp says it is not all falling down.
Elegant in white and cream.
Not sure what the crow is doing perched on the Easter bunny’s head.
I asked if I could get a picture of the young bunny. The look says it all.
Old bunny. Scariest prize goes to this guy.
What were the horns about on Wednesday night in the East Village. Bowery Boogie has the story.
Part 1 of the parade, mostly traditional styles.
Cheerleaders, zombies, Green Bus, Occupy Wall Street, and Trance in part 2.
Paramount Plaza is another one of those bonus-plazas like Liberty Plaza, a public/private space required to be open to the public 24/7. Occupy Broadway is a 24 hour occupation from 6PM Dec. 2 to 6PM Dec. 3. Enjoy the show with Ben Shepard of Time’s Up, Reverend Billy, the Rude Mechanical Orchestra and a cast of thousands. No one can tell the difference between spectators and participants.
Getting made up at Kennedy’s Public House on West 57th Street. (more…)
On Park(ing) Day, an event that happens once a year, people take the place of cars and do artistic camp outs in parking spaces. I went from the southernmost parking place on Great Jones Street and traveled uptown hitting as many spots as I could. I ended up at the Democracy Now space at Sixth Avenue below 23rd Street.