The penultimate "City Stories: Stoops to Nuts" @ Cornelia Street Cafe is tomorrow, Tuesday, January 13th @ 6pm. Our show is 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 memoir, "I Hate the Dallas Cowboys - tales of a scrappy New York boyhood."
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Once we were on the sidewalk, Dad stopped dead and twisted my head with his hand straight up so we made eye contact.
"Who the hell were those two men?"
"Oh, they're Emergency Room doctors at Lenox Hill."
Later that night, Dad said to Mom, "I think Tommy should wear his football helmet all the time." The look on Mom's face said she was giving the idea strong consideration. I had no defense. My stitch collection was starting to make my face look like a hockey goaltender. A clumsy fellow, I regularly fell off the ten cent rides in front of Woolworth's, Lamston's and Grant's.