Tuesday, December 8, 2015

City Boy Tonight at Cornelia Street Cafe

Tonight, at the New York STORY Exchange - Last Show of 2015! I'll preview the intro to my new show, "City Boy." A one hour time capsule of my neighborhood in the 1960s'. The Third Avenue El came down in 1955 and significant demolition and gentrification followed. The Second Avenue subway is a year away and most of the remaining tenement walk-up buildings in Yorkville on the Upper East Side will be gone by the next generation. "City Boy" is a snapshot of street life, the good and not so good, and it's never coming back.

Your host, Nicole Ferraro with her artists: Rachel Goyette, Sandi MarxThomas Pryor & Adam Wade. Cornelia Street Cafe, 6pm, $9 gets you the show and a free drink.

Do you need a gift for an ageless kid? Then check out my 1960s memoir, "I Hate the Dallas Cowboys - tales of a scrappy New York boyhood." at Logos Book Store, or purchase the book online at Amazon (113 five-star reviews out of 113 posted) or Barnes & Noble. 

You can also buy "River to River ~ New York Scenes From a Bicycle" my photography portfolio online.

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