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2006 Stories by Jessie Pascoe

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  • Rose Buds

    published December 5, 2006

    A gem exists tucked away near the BQE. Nestled on Grand Street, Rose Live Music provides the area with talented tunesmiths. A friend and I took... More >>

  • Great Outdoors

    published September 12, 2006

    Gardens make my summer. All you have to do is add some splishy splashy and you have an instant antidote to the daily miseries of city dwelling. So... More >>

  • A Blast from the Past

    published July 18, 2006

    "Right about here is where go-go boys used to dance" my friend remarked one Friday evening about our table's location as we sipped bourbon cosmos... More >>

  • Game for Greenpoint?

    published July 11, 2006

    Desperate for a new bar adventure on a recent Saturday night, I sent out calls to fellow lushes. When only two random friends agreed to go out, I... More >>

  • Close-Up on City Island, the Bronx

    published May 2, 2006

    "Round here we don't die; we just dry up and blow away." Or so goes the New England adage evoked by a 1939 guide to New York in describing the... More >>

  • Es 'Nuestro Himno,' Senor Presidente

    published April 25, 2006

    Pro-immigration forces are planning nationwide rallies this Monday have a new solidarity song, "Nuestro Himno"--a Spanish-language take on the " More >>

  • Cheap Cocktails, Disco-Punk, and a Naked Midget by Way of the N Train

    published April 18, 2006

    "This place used to be a Greek nightclub," confesses one of Hell Gate Social's owners. "Outside they used to roast lamb." Although the smell of... More >>

  • Dial D for . . . Huh?

    published April 4, 2006

    "Hey this is Jen . . . um, and I used to . . . hey guys the bathroom . . . OK, I am looking for my boyfriend. . . . I did call 911 . . . I am at... More >>

  • Three Years Later

    published March 14, 2006

    This Sunday marks the third anniversary of the U.S. military's invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq. A total of 2,313 American soldiers have... More >>

  • Close-Up on Sunset Park, Brooklyn

    published February 21, 2006

    Only thirty minutes from Union Square, Sunset Park's Eighth Avenue could make anyone think they should have brought their passport. For twenty... More >>

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