Fix Buffalo Today is an interesting blog from “America’s second poorest city”. There are thousands of abandoned homes in Buffalo, some of which can be bought for under $34,000! Our guide takes us through the city with much warmth and tremendous optimism.
“Governors Island, in the heart of New York Harbor, is only 800 yards from Lower Manhattan, and even closer to Brooklyn. The entire 92 acre National Historic District is open to the public for picnics, tours, concerts, car-free biking, and more….Governors Island will be the site of future educational, non-profit and commercial facilities, as well as world-class open space. An acclaimed team, led by West 8, has been chosen to design the new Governors Island Park and Great Promenade.” Governors Island Blog.
If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger There’s Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats is an An Ongoing Series of Cultural and Personal Observations;
by Tom Sutpen, Stephen Cooke, Richard Gibson and Kimberly Lindbergs. Endless film stills, movie posters, and links to everything!
“Elliott Bristow kept a Super 8 film diary documenting his 500,000 mile road trip around America – a journey that lasted from 1968 to 1982. The inspiration for this trek was Jack Kerouac’s book On The Road, which Elliott first read in 1958. His own diary starts ten years later, though still at a time when you could fill up your car for 33 cents a gallon, there were no such things as video cassettes and Woody Allen had only directed one movie.” RetroRoadTrips.
Fecal Face. “Fecal Face is a content-rich, comprehensive, multidisciplinary art and culture website supporting the art scene in San Francisco and beyond since 2000. ” There is much, much, more.