*** Pride and color abounded as the 62nd National Puerto Rican Day Parade marched up Fifth Ave on a sunny-tempered late spring day. Hundreds of thousands waved flags, greeted politicians, and roared as their hometown groups sauntered by, dressed in tradition, singing songs passed through centuries, and prancing to the crowds delight. Prancing indeed up … Continue reading Photo Essay – National Puerto Rican Day Parade – New York City – June 9, 2019
Walking through the 2019 Whitney Biennial is like a greatest hits album, some works are just better than others.
Hundreds of thousands (many of whom donned the green, white, and orange) cheered the 258th Saint Patrick’s Parade on a crisp Saturday morn.
Atypical for January, rain pelted the downtown Manhattan pavement at the onset of the 15th Annual Winter Jazzfest.
*** The 92nd Macy’s Parade kicked off on a frosty, windy morning under sunny blue skies. Marchers huddled for warmth, with balloons tethered low, all awaiting the invitation to “Join the Parade!” Millions lined the streets, bundled in anticipation, to see the bands play, the clowns juggle, and the balloons fly past. The culminating moment? … Continue reading Photo Essay – The 2018 Thanksgiving Day Parade – New York City