The End of Memory by Lynn Pacifico Apathy reigns as real estate and corporate sports conspire with...Read More
Nov, 2023 | Nature
Fall and spring migration is a time when birds can get so close you can nearly touch them. After a long night flying, possibly hundreds of miles, like this morning, they’re hungry. Hungry and they’re less wary of all the dangers around them. This includes ignoring the threat of that tree stump of a person rooted in the middle of the lawn festooned with binoculars and a camera.Read More
Ghost Stories Meet Modern Music at the Village Trip By Lionelle Hamanaka Spooky ghost stories...Read More
Well, it’s that time of the year. We are now getting serious about the holiday season. The pressure of looking good in swim wear is in the rearview mirror. Yes, with cold weather one tends to be wrapped up in winter attireRead More
Artificial Intelligence is NOT an Oxymoron By Bruce Poli In 1953, the year of my birth, my father was named editor of Leica Photography magazine, and later in 1968, editor of Popular Photography magazine. For both publications,...Read More
Nov, 2023 | Food
Talea’s was founded in 2018 in Cobble Hill, and expanded to a Williamsburg location in 2021, taking advantage of a corner spot with expansive amounts of outdoor seatingRead More
Insanely volatile and tragically unstable events throughout the world have sadly led to abrupt and unexpected changes throughout the musical theater and entertainment community in NYC.Read More
Oct, 2023 | Food
Since 1975, Joe’s Pizza has stood at 7 Carmine Street, between Bleecker Street and the Avenue of the Americas. I spotted the sign for Joe’s Pizza from a mile away, walked inside and ordered a plain slice. It cost me $4 which was a bit much for a plain slice, but when in New York City, you have to do as the New Yorkers do and try pizza that’s been highly recommended.Read More
Oct, 2023 | Arts
New York University has announced the relocation, renaming, and future opening of the Grey Art Museum. Formerly the Grey Art Gallery at Washington Square East on NYU’s campus, now closed, it will reopen as the Grey Art Museum at 18 Cooper Square, adjacent to Cooper Union’s main campus buildings.Read More
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- Astro-Zodial DECEMBER 2023 Sagittarius/CapricornPeering into the festive Hudson-crystal ball shows a conglomeration of fire and earth as we approach year’s end.
Village Pet Pages
- Holiday Health TipsAs a medical team we want to share some ways to for people and pets to enjoy the holidays and prevent some hazards.
Joy in the Moment
- Expect Nothing! You won’t be let down.Have you ever looked forward to an occasion, be it time with someone, a trip, a gift, a holiday…you name it? Then, when it didn’t work out as expected, or better said, as you expected, then you felt let down?