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Lost And Found: Stories From New York

by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Brooklyn

Lost And Found: Stories From New York

Reading Series 3/12

by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Lower East Side

After conducting an extensive series of discussions with all of you, we have determined that Thursday, March 12 at 8:00 pm is the time that works best for all of our schedules. Friends of Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood ELLEN SCHECTER, CAROLINE HENLEY, and PATRICK GALLAGHER will read at that time. As usual, the place is Happy […]

Neighbors

by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Across the River, Brooklyn

At the end of Brooklyn, Graham T. Beck observes the S.R.O. where his neighbors live.

by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

I haven’t been on a bus with a toilet since I was fourteen and my parents took me to the Catskills that one memorable summer I learned how to French kiss from Flossie. Ah, Flossie, whose real name was Florence, how that name comes up still mixing memories with desire. She was the sixteen-year-old daughter […]

Before and After: Stories From New York

by Mr. Beller's Neighborhood Books/ W.W. Norton 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

vividly captures the fissure of a place suddenly and utterly transformed...

Before and After: Stories From New York

by Mr. Beller's Neighborhood Books/ W.W. Norton 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

vividly captures the fissure of a place suddenly and utterly transformed...

Mr B at Mo Pitkin’s on Avenue A

by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Manhattan

The start of a new reading series

Advertise on Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood

by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

Connect with readers all over the world interested in New York, and to people all over New York interested in reading. Inquiries at:

by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

Story sent to Mr.Beller at Sat Oct 22 01:17:24 2005 —————————————– Name: Christian Lewis E-mail: —————————————– Where it happened: Lower Manhattan at large —- When it happened: Fall 2004 —- What happened: The Mountain of Manhattan by Christian Lewis It turns out Earth is flat. And there’s a mountain in Manhattan. I found out last […]

Frank Davidson

by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

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by 01/01/1970
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

“Athens has got ruins, Rome has got ruins. Ours are bigger, but there’s no guidebook to them.” —Lowell Boileau Part collage, part museum, part mausoleum, and all wrapped around a series of tightly-organized online “tours,” detroityes.com depicts Detroit’s past and present in a library of over 1000 vivid photographic images. For many, the centerpiece of […]