Monthly Archives: March 2011

Independent book shops

There’s an amazing Canadian independent book shop to be discovered and explored. Here’s the beautiful quirk….you have to visit in person. The owner maintains no Internet presence. http://www.emckingston.ca/20110331/news/A+magical+world+lies+within+Wayfarer Advertisements

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Priceless – Journalism ad

This is priceless. If you’ve ever worked in journalism, and probably even if you haven’t, you’ll find endless humor in this: http://blogs.forbes.com/danbigman/2011/03/23/the-best-journalism-job-ad-ever/

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Shane MacGowan for sainthood / Pogues in New York City

Seeing the Pogues on March 17 in New York City left me with a certain sense of Irish sacredness at the event. Shane MacGowan is a living Irish punk legend. The wounded healer. I decided to nominate him for sainthood. Thus, … Continue reading

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Play Dead – Off-Broadway production

Play Dead, an amazing Off-Broadway production at the Players Theatre in Greenwich Village is top notch entertainment. I won’t spoil it by revealing much. Todd Robbins, the lead actor, encouraged the audience at the end: “If friends ask what Play … Continue reading

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Photography Workshop

Photography Workshop: storytelling with your images If you want to learn how to get those shots you see in your favorite magazine or newspaper, this is your opportunity. I’ll be offering a photography workshop in May 2011. We’ll look at … Continue reading

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Pogues in New York City

It’s official, March 17 is being changed to Saint Shane MacGowan Day. Let’s celebrate a real Irishman….and Shane lit up Gotham tonight. Terminal 5 in New York City – Five encore songs, including Night in Soho and Fiesta (complete with … Continue reading

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