Back to School, I Mean Choir

Tonight is the first rehearsal for the season! Our holiday line up this year is a joyous sweep of old and new, including pieces I’ve never done before, ensuring more gray matter and more and stronger neural connection for me! So yay! It’s also primary day, so today an exciting feel to the day all around.

If you live in Brooklyn and you’re thinking of joining a choir AND you’re looking for something positive to do on the anniversary of 9/11, I just read that the Brooklyn Community Chorus welcomes new singers at their rehearsal tomorrow night.

I had lunch on the High Line again yesterday and took some shots. Of course. I loved this cacophonous view.

High Line, New York City

This was a weird view. On the southern end of the High Line you get to look into this bar, and people’s backsides are right in your face. Who thought that was a good idea?? It looked like there was a Fashion Week event going on inside, so I have to assume this weird pants fit was on purpose.

High Line, New York City

The Statue of Liberty. It was like every possible view was carefully choreographed. No matter where I pointed my camera there was something to shoot.

High Line, New York City

My favorite parts of the High Line were the pieces that gave a flavor of how it once looked. Here they left the original train tracks in tact. Sigh. I love Manhattan, but sometimes I want to live in the woods, in a spot that looks like that, but with a river or stream nearby.

High Line, New York City

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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2 thoughts on “Back to School, I Mean Choir

  1. Just popping in to say I am reading and have loved the past week of posts. Great pics, things to think about. And sweet dogs. Can’t beat a post with sweet dogs.

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