You can go back…way back

by Robert A. Ripps on May 27, 2015

A fascinating piece about the author’s childhood home, recently demolished, tracing the history of the building, the neighborhood, and New York City, as part of his quest to honor the memory of where he grew up.

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An oldie, but goodie…

by Robert A. Ripps on May 18, 2015

Flashback to Time Square’s Terminal Bar, circa 1978-1988, in glorious black & white.

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And wash your hands with soap and water afterwards…

May 6, 2015

Never heard the term “ruin porn,” but I am a sucker for pictures of places in NYC that are usually off limits and not able to be seen by the general public.

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A tree grows in spring…hopefully

April 27, 2015

   

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Southern man

April 21, 2015

Some personal pictures from a recent road trip from NYC to New Orleans Recreation of birthplace of President James K. Polk.   Outskirts of Atlanta.   Walhalla, SC.   Selma, AL.   New Orleans.

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Not only do doctors have the best cameras, sometimes they actually take intersting pictures…

April 20, 2015

Patrick Schnell shoots Gowanus, a neighborhood in transition…

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A tree grows…where the money is

April 14, 2015

Interesting study on urban trees, climate and income levels.

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Not altogether positive

March 23, 2015

Thanks to Tribeca Citizen for sharing an image I created recently that shows the drastic, and not particularly welcome changes that are occurring in my neighborhood. Need to scroll down a bit as it is the 4th item.

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Lost and found

March 5, 2015

Ever lose a roll of film? Ever find a roll of film. Here’s a guy who “rescues” old film by developing it, and sharing what he finds. A fun way to lose a few hours… Undeveloped World War II Film Discovered from The Rescued Film Project on Vimeo.

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A tree grows in Quebec

March 2, 2015
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