Irene entered the city soft, tender, and wet. She went on all night long, strong yet not too rough, quite sensitive to our needs here in Manhattan. It was a long night we had together that lasted way into the morning hours. After a burst of sunshine followed by a quiet nap and one more round, Irene seemed to have fallen asleep…but no not yet, she came on one more time…a strong wind, stronger than at anytime during the night. One last time, man…”Baby Got Back.”
- A lovely article by @ShoSpaeth about food, family & pho: The Pho I Lost seriouseats.com/2017/09/pho-es… 1 hour ago
- One last summer picnic in the Sheep Meadow. #nyc #centralpark #sheepmeadow #grass #green #lawn… instagram.com/p/BZUdBc6DFbv/ 5 hours ago
- Cheers to the guy blasting @WBGO in Central Park, keeping the summer vibes going one more day. #jazz #nyclife 6 hours ago
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