TheWeekholeView- Easter Eggs or Crusades

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TheWeekholeView: Murdoch the Semite and Albert the Gentleman

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The Unbearable Joy of Being O

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TheWeekholeView: November 14 through November 20, 2012

Here each hole starts on Wednesdays and this is what fell through this past week: Last Wednesday, November 14, 2012, The New York Times published the following quote: If the C.I.A. director... Read more »

TheWeekholeView on How Sandy Killed the Holloween

Here each hole starts on Wednesdays and this is what fell through this past week: Last Wednesday, October 31, 2012, New York City survived its first year without a Halloween Parade in... Read more »

Not Enough Work. Too Many Guns

I grew up getting ready for a life of work. I know, that statement tells you that I grew up in Europe and I am middle age. Somehow we seem to have... Read more »

Frozen Assets

New York is not much fun for the slow minded, especially at a time of depression, such as ours. Take the New York Public Library, which annually welcomes 15 million scholars and homeless... Read more »

Looking or Fishing for Love?

“If you are looking for love, you need heavy artillery: Ak 57, M46…” -Migrant Homeless,  while resting in the 2nd Avenue Subway Station, NYC, on January 25, 2011 at 10 A.M. “When... Read more »

Scary NYPD

  I got my feet wet as an attorney in NYC by defending cops in police brutality cases, 42 USC Section 1983. My memories 10 years later? The police are a wild... Read more »

Rufus Davis

Rufus was born in NYC long ago. He is married and has two daughters. He lives in NYC and can often be found playing hockey at area rinks. Rufus used to read... Read more »
Photo by Hollis King

Jerome Ellis

Jerome Ellis — here in a photo by Hollis King — is a composer and performer. He composes concert pieces for piano, live electronic psychedelic dance suites, ambient pieces for the saxophone, and... Read more »