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Sesame Street Turns 40 Today, & “L” Is Still Swell

The flaneur knows that an interesting street can be an art gallery, a library, a classroom. Even the representation of a street on television has possibilities for children whose overprotective parents won’t let them walk down the real thing. So … Continue reading






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London Street Art Prepares for “The Thousands”

The blind flaneur needs to figure out how to get to London for this. via RJ Rushmore at Vandalog: The street art exhibition I announced last week finally has a name: The Thousands. It also has a special blog where … Continue reading






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Window-Shopping on Fifth Avenue

Bill Cunningham’s On the Street photo essay surveys holiday window displays on Fifth Avenue. He says he’s never seen the likes of these opulent scenes in his 80 years, and worries that with the financial downturn, their likes may never … Continue reading






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On the Street: What a Night – and Morning After

Bill Cunningham captured the excitement of history in the making on Election Night in New York, then he went back for a reality check the morning after. As these shots from his On the Street photo essay attest, New Yorkers … Continue reading






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Joie de Vivre in the Luxembourg Gardens

Another October, and again I missed Nuit Blanche in Paris. Bill Cunningham was there, and his latest On the Street photo essay finds joie de vivre and vivid colors everywhere in the City of Light. Look for sapphire blue in … Continue reading






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