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“Finding Solitude” Exhibit Closing Party Dec. 5th.

[Translate] ARTIST STATEMENT My work explores the connection between places and internal solitude. While capturing these select images, I found myself reflecting upon ideas, plans, and dreams while suddenly realizing I was solo within the cultural landscape minus its inhabitants. Read the full article…

“Finding Solitude” – An Exhibit of Photographs by Jim R Moore

[Translate] Come and enjoy the delicious wine and great company! Cornelia Street Cafe 29 Cornelia Street New York City, NY ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Continue reading…

Book Signing Party at Cornelia Street Cafe – “How Many Surrealists…?”

[Translate] BOOK SIGNING PARTY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!  Come one – Come all! Fun to be had at this book signing party. A New Book by Clown historian, teacher and World Traveler John Towsen. Catch him while he is still Read the full article…

Noah Diamond performing “The United Nations Song”

[Translate] Vaudephone This was originally posted in March 2013. It is hard to believe that 4 years have passed since Travis and I produced this series. I am bringing them back one by one every week! Hold on and watch Read the full article…

Lady Aye – A Little Bit of Sideshow – A Vaudephone Presentation

[Translate] Vaudephone is a co-production of Vaudevisuals.com and the American Vaudeville Theatre/Travalanche http://vaudevisuals.com http://travsd.wordress.com Recorded at Cornelia Street Cafe on Feb. 26th, 2013 For more information on Lady Aye visit her website here: http://www.ladyaye.com/ Continue reading…

Dandy Darkly tells the tale of “Captain Chad and the Mermaid” – A Vaudephone Presentation

[Translate] Dandy Darkly weaves a vicious tale to start off the new season of Vaudephone. Vaudephone is a co-production of Vaudevisuals.com and the American Vaudeville Theatre/Travalanche http://vaudevisuals.com http://travsd.wordress.com Recorded at Cornelia Street Cafe on Feb. 26th, 2013 Continue reading…

Stan Baker – The Human Television @ Cornelia Street Cafe

[Translate] Stan Baker – The Human Television I met Stan many years ago performing in the streets of New York City. He has captured the insane fanaticism of current TV with comedy and satire in his act. I found him Read the full article…