Month: February 2006

  • Dubya, Dubai and the 1993 WTC bombing

    You would hardly notice it for lack of coverage, but thirteen years ago today was one of the most important days in the history of New York. On February 26, 1993, Ramzi Yousef set off a bomb in the parking garage of the North Tower of the World Trade Center. Yousef’s goal was to bring […]

  • Sedrick: Hell Yeah!

    I sure do love me some of that new Sedrick. Just downloaded an album’s worth of their new stuff here, and I suggest you do the same. Now! Cool thing is, this stuff was recorded on the new gear that we discussed here on cyberkrunk. And it sounds not too shabby. Hey Will, are we […]

  • Theatre Review: Jazzabel

    London, Ontario came to New York this week in the guise of Jazzabel, the one-woman (and three-guy) show produced by a trio known collectively as “Femme Fatale.” The show is the product of chanteuse Denise Pelley, author Jacquie Gauthier, music director & composer Jeff Christmas, and producer (and ex-high-school-colleague-of-mine) Louise Fagan. Londoners of note, all. […]

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  • New York: Sunday Blizzard Blogging

    It was one for the history books, although it really didn’t feel that much bigger than some of the storms we’ve had in the last few years. And nowhere near as dramatic as the blizzard of 1996. In fact, it was a nice quiet Sunday, perfect for heading down to the Strand for some book […]

  • Coffee Tawk: No Big Whoop

    Two of me blog mates have been pondering Starbucks lately, so I’ll join in the fun. There’s no doubt about it, the Starbucks system of nomenclature inspires confusion and more than a bit of rebellion. DB can’t bring himself to utter “Grande” and asks for a medium instead, to the consternation of his “Barista”. Here […]