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The Man Who Ran Me Over with His Car is Dying

by 02/18/2003
Neighborhood: Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights

Intersections on a Dead-End Street

Cristina

by 02/17/2003
Neighborhood: Greenwich Village

All this was just my cup of tea. Lonely marginal guys with horny spontaneity like many kinds of tea.

More Than A Woman

by 02/17/2003
Neighborhood: Across the River, Letter From Abroad

"You are NOT a sissy ," the guy said. Looking Scott straight in the eyes he asked, "Is this your first time inside of a woman?"

Burrito

by 02/17/2003
Neighborhood: West Village

"He came in at a time when people could get despicable. A need for immediate gratification pushed their baseness to the surface.

The Prescription Scam Investigation

by 02/17/2003
Neighborhood: Midtown

"I’ve found that running a transitional residence for 65 homeless people with AIDS in midtown Manhattan is like speed-reading a

Ladies & Gentlemen at the Rally

by 02/16/2003
Neighborhood: Midtown

Scenes from an anti-war bathroom

Reading This Sunday

by 02/13/2003
Neighborhood: Brooklyn

Barbès Reading Series presents a mrbellersneighborhood.com Reading Featuring: Elizabeth Manus Fran Giuffre Elizabeth Grove Bryan Charles Thomas Beller and others followed by music of Chris Raef (Church of Betty) & Don Rauf (Life in a Blender) Sunday, February 16th at 6pm mrbellersneighborhood.com is a well-acclaimed literary website of vignettes, reportage, photo essays, and personal essays […]

Tom’s Restaurant

by 02/13/2003
Neighborhood: Morningside Heights

Tom’s is a Columbia haunt and home to senior citizens on fixed incomes looking for an inexpensive full-sized Sunday meal availab

French Kissing The Cab Driver

by 02/12/2003
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

"But you gotta take me home for free because it's not that far and I have no cash," I said. "I lost my wallet tonight."

A Small Price to Pay

by 02/12/2003
Neighborhood: Astoria, Queens

"The honey that drew the bee (the hostess), was wearing a sleek fitting dress."

To the Man Who Forgot his New Books on the Subway Platform at Lincoln Center

by 02/12/2003
Neighborhood: Upper West Side

"He carried her Victoria's Secret shopping bags and flinched when she tossed her hair over her shoulder and it hit him in the fa

Bubby’s Departure

by 02/11/2003
Neighborhood: All Over, Brooklyn, Featured, Multiple, West Village

A Boy Meets His Long Lost Granny From Bensonhurst just before she dies on a train platform on the way to Florida.