Friday, January 9, 2015

Penultimate Stoops to Nuts is This Tuesday, January 13th

Tommy @ Cornelia St Cafe in 2008
The penultimate "City Stories: Stoops to Nuts" @ Cornelia Street Cafe is next Tuesday, January 13th @ 6pm. 

Our show is a merge of storytelling and narrative song - a love letter to street life, the neighborhood and the characters in it. Our artists: Judith Heineman, Don Rosler, Michael Schwartz & Robert White. (Hunter College's best teacher ever
$ 8 admission includes a free drink, I'm your host and I'm telling one from my book, "I Hate the Dallas Cowboys - tales of a scrappy New York boyhood." This is our next to last show at the Cafe. I thank everyone who's been onboard these past five years, especially, the Cornelia Street Cafe's family for letting us play in your yard. 

Our final "City Stories: Stoops to Nuts" show at the Cafe is Feb 10th @ 6pm. 

Han's Duck friend

Mr. Beller's Neighborhood published "Two Guys Talking on the Corner." A story from my memoir, "I Hate the Dallas Cowboys - tales of a scrappy New York boyhood." (YBK Publishers) 

Thank you, Mr. Beller's!

The book's on sale at Logos Bookstore, 1575 York Avenue. If you're not local, buy the book online at Amazon, B&N and other booksellers. If you admire Mr. Peabody & Sherman, or H.G. Wells, you'll love the story. If you like the story, the book will provide a ride on the WABAC Machine to street life in your old neighborhood when you were a kid.

Mom pitching to Tommy in Central Park -1962

n/e cor 84th & York Ave - 2014

n/e cor of 84th & York Ave - 1945

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