Posts Tagged: Chelsea Hotel

Conversations with Literary Ex-Cons: Jack Gantos

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Jack Gantos discusses the sense of “delusional invincibility” he had in 1970s New York that led him to prison—and then on to a career as an award-winning children’s book author.

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Resident Bohemians: Steve Lewis, The Significant Other

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The last installment of this series, which focused on the artists, writers and filmmakers in residence at the Chelsea Hotel, ends on a piece written by a man who has helped define New York’s nightlife and now designs some of the city’s most talked about venues. If you happen to meet him, you will probably have […]

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Resident Bohemians: Gerald Busby, The Tender Hooligan

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Gerald Busby’s music for ‘3 Women’ is so perfect I don’t know how to talk about it. – Robert Altman Several years ago, a friend recommended I rent Three Women, not because of my interest in Robert Altman, but because of the film’s unusual score.  Finally finding the film, I was floored by the music. […]

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