In Breaking Walls episode 108 we go back to October 31st, 1948 and open a five-part mini series on that season’s business and programming. —————————— Highlights: • You Are There • Dewey V Truman • Let’s Sit This One Out • Halloween 1948 in New … Read MoreBW – EP108: Halloween 1948—Dewey Vs. Truman
I couldn’t help but feel a strong twinge of nostalgia when coming across this photo from the LIFE archives. As we get older our memories from childhood fade and are replaced with new memories from adulthood. There are sensations, however, like a giant pile of leaves … Read MoreChildren Play in a Pile of Autumn Leaves, Rockland County, New York, 1953.
A cold chill is in the air so you’d better grab your jacket. It’s harvest season! It’s time for costumes and apple-picking. It’s time for pumpkin pie, cornucopias, and wool sweaters. It’s time for shorter days and morning frost. It’s time for trick-or-treating and thanksgiving … Read More#TBT 30 Perfectly Autumn Stock Photos
Exactly one year ago I flew back to New York after leaving the life I established here in New York City behind on journey of self-discovery in sub-rural Arizona. My mother was nice enough to let me stay with her while I figured out what I wanted to do … Read MoreTwenty-Six New York City Photographs Of What I am Thankful For This Thanksgiving
We change up the format in Episode 27 of Breaking Walls. While interviewing BWEP 09 Guest Spencer Johnson, he and I took a walking tour of Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn and recorded our conversation. Greenwood was the last place Spencer visited before leaving NYC in … Read MoreBW – EP27: Conquering Fears at Greenwood Cemetery—Spencer Johnson