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Ren's List - Places to take your dog in the Buffalo-Niagara area
I was inspired by my dog Ren (named after the cartoon character) to create this website. A listing of local places that allow dogs, and a calendar of upcoming dog-related events. [more inside]
Blogologues: Younger Than Springtime
Hi all! Our company has been experimenting with this crazy comedy project in which we perform the internet, completely verbatim. We've done a bunch of one-night engagements of the project with new themes every time, and for the first time ever we have a 16-performance run. We're performing weekends through May 5th in the west village of NYC. [more inside]
New Yorkers: How is my concert listings iPhone app?
I just finished a NYC version of my concert listings app, but I'm from Philadelphia. I'd love to know if the listings are good and if I'm listing all the right venues. [more inside]
Screw New York
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Scouting An Abandoned Mental Asylum
I recently had the opportunity to scout for a film the Rockland Psychiatric Center, a massive 600 acre complex built in the 1920's, with dozens of administration buildings, dorms, and even its own power plant...and nearly all of it completely abandoned. This is part one of the pictures I took.
A look inside the nearly completely empty 8th Ave post office in NYC
New York's Farley Post Office building is about to be converted into Moynihan Station, an extension of Penn Station. Nearly all of the postal workers have been moved out, leaving the enormous, five-story block-encompassing building nearly totally vacant. A last chance to see...
The Abandoned Palace at 15 Beekman Street
In the heart of downtown Manhattan, a secret atrium has been shuttered inside 5 Beekman Street since 1940...