This is Molly.
She and her person were at Polished Beauty Bar
I had to take her photo to share with you
Below are a few I shot
Molly insisted on posing 'just so'.
Here are the ones that we didnt think were good enough.
one of my favorite places
The other morning as I was crossing 42nd Street I looked up and saw this street sign Lincoln Highway.
I thought it might have been a prop from a movie but I was oh so wrong
Here's what I learned by Googling:
For more information about the Lincoln Highway and supporting its preservation contact the Lincoln Highway Association, P.O. Box 8117, St. Louis, MO 63156, www.lincolnhighwayassoc.org/.
There are also several websites, the most authorative of which is James Lin's http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~jlin/lincoln/. We also recommend The Lincoln Highway -- Main Street Across America, by Drake Hokanson, Box 85639, Tucson, AZ 85754; (800) 367-9242.
You can also click on the words Lincoln Highway in the opening paragraph and learn more about the sign and its installation in Times Square.
this was one of the pianos that played a part in the recent Sing for Hope installation
moved from inside PS 77 schoolyard
where it shared space with the GreenFlea
out onto Columbus Avenue
behind the Museum of Natural History
.. lots more vendors
a shady place to
shop and nosh
Click here for all the participants in Robin's Summer Stock Sunday
My friend Mojo, who has contributed photos to themes here in the past, is not just a photographer, he is also a cook .. and he sent me this:
I've attached a couple of examples of my culinary prowess (to which Wendy will attest). Not your kinda eats I know, but for us omnivores... nom nom nom. The first is what I call Go To Hell Nacho Burgers which goes a bit like this:
A bunch of 93% lean ground beef
A couple of medium-to-large onions, medium diced
A green bell pepper medium diced
An assload of chili powder
A metric assload of Worcestershire sauce
Your salsa of choiceSome shredded cheese of your choice (my personal choice is a colby jack mix).
Mix up the ground beef, peppers, onions, chili powder and Worcestershire in a big bowl
Portion out in balls (your choice of size, mine are probably 3/4 pound or better)
Form into patties and grill to order
When you turn the burgers for the last time top with salsa and shredded cheese
Serve on Kaiser Rolls
Take the bows.
Three Dancing Maidens,
constructed in 1910 by the famed German Sculptor Walter Schott.
(It is also known, somewhat less euphoniously,
as the Untermeyer Fountain, after the family
who presented it to the City in 1947).
New York City
entertainment for the kids
Click here to view thumbnails for all participants
And here for Robin's Summer Stock Sunday