Month: March 2016
Parable # 4: Busy
Back when industry first abandoned New York and there was a glut of available loft space, we rented what had been a tie factory in Hoboken for $300 a month. There was a business that […]
The Great Lafayette Harris Open Jam at Stop Time Bar
Open Jam night, with the famous and celebrated pianist Lafayette Harris who provides wickedly subtle accompaniment, has moved to Stop Time (right in the neighborhood, people!) because the wonderful Lenox Lounge (but so far away) […]
Liz Gargas and Brent Ridge at the New Art Center in Newton, Mass.
In a two-person show I look for what connects the painters. Well, actually, I am always looking for connections between painters (as well as ideas I might use myself) because for the most part, these […]
CNQ draws Robert Zakanitch at Nancy Hoffman Gallery
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Parable # 3: Rules
Lately there don’t seem to be many patrol cars waiting for bikes to run red lights. Not enough bikers in the cold to justify the man-hours I guess. In winter a quick look is sufficient […]