*** “…. Please Join The Parade.” NOT. As rain fell this Thanksgiving morning, November 26, the pandemic-silenced marching bands were tuning up, the clowns clowning, the balloons being un-netted for their annual march down the parade route to Herald Square. Smiling faces peering through the barricades and little ones waving from fifth floor windows were … Continue reading Photo Essay – The 2020 Thanksgiving Day Parade – New York City
*** NEW YORK, November 28, 2019 — A beautiful sunny, windy day greeted the 93rd annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The winds whistled as balloons flew low, dancing along the route; little eyes gleefully smiled, almost able to touch their beloved characters. “Escape, ESCAPE!” Spectators in wonderment watched as the giant’s handlers do-si-doed to their … Continue reading Photo Essay – The 2019 Thanksgiving Day Parade – New York City
The world came to New York for World Pride 50 to salute fifty years hence the Stonewall Movement, when gay rights began.
The 101st anniversary of the first World War Armistice, the 75th anniversary of the second World War’s ending, this year’s New York City’s Veterans Day Parade began with protest of a president’s attendance, the first ever.
Currently, an exhibition titled GLENN O’BRIEN: CENTER STAGE, opened at the OFF-PARADISE PROJECT SPACE in lower Manhattan.