Tag Archives: Afternoon View

Afternoon View – Mirror Blogging

From this end of the Island House bar, I can totally blog and still watch the waiter hotties in the mirror.

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Afternoon View – Philadelphia City Hall

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Afternoon View – Dan Savage

Somehow Dan and I had never met in person until lunch today.

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Afternoon View – Lincoln Center

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Afternoon View – Dead Virgin

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Afternoon View – The Goddess Of Victory

The column in the center of Union Square “commemorates the victory of Admiral Dewey in 1898 at Manila Bay during the Spanish-American war.”

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Afternoon View – Fleet Week Outreach

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Afternoon View – Medium Rare Records

I’d been told that the Castro’s Medium Rare Records would be closing soon and today I noticed a “for lease” sign above their front door. Sad, but not surprising. Almost all of the nation’s small record stores that catered to a gay clientele have closed in the last few years.

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Afternoon View – F Line

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Afternoon View – Park Avenue

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Afternoon View – UES Teabagger House

On our way home from Bear Hill in Central Park today, Dr. Jeff and I noticed the Tea Party flag hanging outside a gajillion dollar Upper East Side townhouse on the block between Park Avenue and Lexington. By chance, the owners were returning home and on the sidewalk right behind me as I took this photo and they scurried inside …

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Afternoon View – TKTS Booth

The ticket windows are under the steps.

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Afternoon View – Upper East Side

I live a couple of blocks behind the tallest building.

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Afternoon View – Bergdorf Goodman

Built in 1928 on the site of Anderson Cooper’s great-grandfather’s mansion.

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Afternoon View – Fifth Avenue Apple Store

Just the entrance, actually, since the store itself is underground. I’m not an Apple customer, but I walked in just to see the store and found about 200 people snaked around around store’s aisles in a line to buy the iPhone 4. Still. Months after it came out. Craziness.

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Afternoon View – Times Square Cops

Such a look that man gave me.

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Afternoon View – Madison & 68th

Embiggens nicely.

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Afternoon View – Seventh & 48th

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Afternoon View – Ethel Barrymore Theatre

David Mamet’s Race actually closed a couple of weeks ago. Next up at the 82 year-old Barrymore is Elling, starring Brendan Fraser and Jennifer Coolidge, which opens in November. The Ethel Barrymore is the last surviving Schubert theater specifically built for a performer of the day.

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Afternoon View – Staten Island Ferry

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