The NY Times has a great slideshow and piece by Michael Wilson touring the Vinyl shops remained in East Village which still hosts the most arty and musical scene in NYC.RB
Other Music, 15 East Fourth Street, (212) 477-8150.
Indie rock, classic rock, what we call, Jazz, soul, reggae
Norman’s Sound and Vision on 67 Cooper Square, (212) 473-6599/
Rockit Scientist, 33 St. Marks Place, (212) 242-0066
Academy Records, 415 East 12th Street, (212) 780-9166,
classical and jazz music
Last night, the opening of Joel Meyerowitz’s Legacy: The Preservation of Wilderness in New York City Parks was held at the great upper East Side Museum of the City of New York.NYC is incredibly green. The city has 29 000 acres of parks and green spaces.
Meyerowitz was there, hanging out with people dressed up and had a hug with Mary Ellen Mark ! Needless to say that the work is amazing. I didn’t know that he is the first photographer to document New York City’s parks since the 1930s, when they were photographed as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s WPA program. That makes the work even more powerful.
A book published by Aperture can be use as a start to organise a green itinerary in NYC during week-ends.
Legacy : The Preservation of Wilderness in New York City Parks runs till March 7th, 2010
Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY