Monthly Archives: March 2009

AIPAD: The Photography Show

Yesterday was the fourth and final day of the photo show held by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) at the Park Avenue Armory here in New York. I attended for all four days – after work for … Continue reading

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What To Do Next

Okay, it’s been about a week since the new 2257 rules went into effect, but I haven’t heard of anybody being hauled off in cuffs yet. Still, give it time. David Swanson made a blog posting last week basically saying … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on 2257

Wednesday, March 18, 2009 – Well, it will be here tomorrow. That’s when the new 2257 rules and regulations to combat child pornography go into effect. The big question is: will these rules also combat art nude photography? Perhaps a … Continue reading

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Il Trovatore

I went to see Giuseppe Verdi’s Il Trovatore at the Metropolitan Opera on Friday night. It was the first time that I’d seen it and it was terrific. It didn’t start off that way for me, beginning when I sat … Continue reading

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Things To Look Forward To

I got some good news this week: the basement storage bin that I was on the waiting list for finally came through. It’s in an adjacent building in my development rather than in my own building, but hey – I’ll … Continue reading

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A Busy Week

This will have to be a short posting as I got home late tonight, got a couple of phone calls and now it’s past 11 pm. I’m only writing something now because I haven’t posted anything for a week. I … Continue reading

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