B & H

i was all over the place yesterday as well. i made a fake diploma for one of the characters’ set dressing, and ran a merry chase in an attempt to get an antique Coney Island Steeplechase poster scanned and printed without destroying the original. then i ended up over at a Home Depot in Queens getting materials to turn cube trucks [basically rented Ryders] into a camera truck, wardrobe truck, and prop truck. that is what is on the menu for today: assembly.

i’ve taken perhaps 4 pictures, and i’m going to try to run by B&H to get some nice black and white film and maybe pick up a better lens and a UV filter. The weekend will be the best time for me to explore, though i do wish i had someone to do it with.

dinner with Bard was pretty good, i had to bust out rather suddenly to catch the Midtown Direct, but i’m sure we’ll hang out again once he is back from Norway.
He recommended i visit The Strand bookstore, the Pioneer theater and another theater whose name eludes me for the moment. gotta go build now.

5 thoughts on “B & H

  1. WHAT THE HELL!?!?!?! WHY WAS I NOT INFORMED OF THIS!!!! ALL OF A SUDDEN YOU ARE IN MY STATE AND CITY!?!?!?!
    How long?!?!?! Keep me posted. I may have an uberpimp room for you to rent should you stay in nyc. Seriously, call me. check my profile for the #.
    Latah,
    Matty

  2. Harvey! You dirty sonofabitch! How the hell are ya. I didn’t expect your site to still be up, man. Take it easy bro, and get some theatre in you. There’s discounted tickets at TKTS in Times Square as I recall. Also, conditioning officially sucks this year. Zoli wasn’t enough, they’ve brought in an actual strength and conditioning guy.

  3. YES!! Get your arse to The Strand with the quickness. Then $2.50 falafel with hummus at Mahmoun’s on McDougal. Mmmm. Get on the train right now. Go.

    And isn’t B&H unreal?

  4. Ah, almost forgot: if you’re near Strand, might as well head to 4th st, in front of the NYU library kinda, and check out the street booksellers.

  5. Sounds like more fun in the city, I’m wondering if it is just Manhattan or has the whole city sort of taken the day off to mourn 9/11?

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