Oh, man, the St. Mark’s Playhouse. Cue: Memories.
Over at Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York check out this interview with East Village photographer, Ann Sanfedele.
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Man, I'm usually up for a good stromboli. Any recommendations up in the Bronx, B?
2) No, not that I know of. I do remember seeing some old movies at St. Mark's though in the mid-80s. Then in college, early '90s I took my girlfriend there to see Raging Bull and Taxi Driver. Terrible prints but I always thought it was a cool, cozy space.
1] if you are into traveling, try Nicoboli in Ocean City MD.
2) Alex - the marquis sign has one of the great "lost" classics of all time: Who'll stop the rain. As I recall it, Nick Nolte plays a Vietnam vet who gets pulled into a drug deal by his pall, plaed by Michael Moriority, and then runs off with pal's wife, played by Tuesday Weld. Soundtrack by CCR.
3) It's a really good movie. And based on Robert Stone's novel, "Dog Soldiers."
I've been fortunate to know Ann for nearly 20 years (she's also a tournament Scrabbler). Quite the interesting personality . . . definitely a child of the 60s.
5) Well, thank you so much for hipping me to her pictures. Us, I should say. She's so talented.
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