I recently came across an old cryalog that I kept during the month of April in 1998. “C” stands for the fact I cried, the number of Cs represents the number of times I cried, and “NC” indicates that I did not cry on that day.
When “The Golden Girls” premiered on primetime television in 1985, the show was considered revolutionary for its portrayal of single women entering their golden years with a zest for life (and sex). I was only four when it first aired, but I discovered it with interest several years later, as an eight-year-old growing up in New York City.
Two Williamsburg artists, gallery owners and urban pioneers have made Williamsburg history by turning unconventional spaces into artistic strongholds.
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