Social Distancing

They cracked down on the crowds at the pier at Christopher Street and this is what it looks like now. A little sad, but safe.

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 “Social Distancing

  1. I have the same difficulty watching things right now. My daughter suggested “The Repair Shop” on Netflix and it’s exactly what I need. Restoration experts attached to a British local museum repair cherished items brought in by pleasant people. The artisans do not bicker and the people are delighted with the improvement in their antiques and heirlooms. The shop has a sort of fairy-tale quality, cozy; the restorers are nice looking and they admire each other’s work. It’s like the”Great British Baking Show,” only gentler still. Maybe you would like it. And, happy birthday.

  2. That sounds absolutely delightful, I will look for this and thank you for telling me about it. And thank you for the happy birthday!

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