I ran into a guy sitting in the comfy chairs at the Starbucks near the Christopher Street subway entrance. We quickly got into a conversation. I noted his English accent and he, after we had spoken for awhile about our respective projects, he said, "This would never happen in London. Two strangers just sitting excitedly, jabbering on about things. It's what I love about New York."
Turns out he's an actor in a very interesting new work from London, which had a remarkable impact in DC.
Afghanistan is a place nobody knows anything about. But, somehow, we know we're in a war against, um, the bad guys.
Listen to us sing! One final show on Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 7pm at The Metropolitan Room.
I keep meaning to bring up another little history lesson that came from watching the B&W games shows on the Game Show Network. When you...
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