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Re: New York/Brooklyn Livin'

Postby hayate on Sun Jul 31, 2016 11:35 am

thanks again for the info. parking wasn't nearly as difficult to find as I expected.

new york is amazing! always wanted to go there after reading some of Henry Miller's work. and the swans were great too.
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Re: New York/Brooklyn Livin'

Postby skoz on Wed Aug 10, 2016 4:24 pm

Carl wrote:I'm looking forward to it. The graffiti possibilities are great.

So the statue got installed by the carousel in lefferts gardens. I came across a event related to it today. super wide stance. Apparently it goes to Barclay center in 2 weeks and then a permanent home in Coney Island.
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Re: New York/Brooklyn Livin'

Postby Carl on Sat Mar 03, 2018 11:56 am

The Brooklyn Museum has the David Bowie Is exhibit open through mid-July.
dvockins wrote:That is the most pretentious bullshit I have heard in the last three years and I live in Brooklyn.
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