Psoriasis Walk NY Botanical Garden 2014
Tribeca Film Festival 2014 round up

Also During the Tribeca Film Festival 2014...

A Guide Named Sue (that's me) attended other interesting (only in NYC) events around town...

The night before Tribeca, I attended a photography Opening at the National Arts Club. 

IMG_0903Just before attending my first Tribeca Film, I participated in a joint Maundy Thursday Passover Service think Gospel meets Klezmer run by The Shul of New York and Middle Collegiate. I have attended this service for years with my friend Beverly, mother of councilwoman Laurie Cumbo. Beverly has joined the church and I have joined my local synagogue Or Zarua which has many interesting events that are open to the public.

IMG_0928While I have known about the Ziegfeld Society for years because of tour guide Darlene at left and Justin Ferate, I never attended a meeting until FB Forgotten Musicals member Stephan Artist mentioned that he was coming to New York to speak to the Ziegfeld Society about Erte.

Hopefully pictures from this lecture will show up in the Ziegfeld Society Archives soon. In the meantime enjoy Richard Skipper's preview of the lecture.


On Easter Sunday evening I saw a preview of a wonderful review called Inventing Mary Martin at the York Theater .

Went to a lecture connected to the exhibit of drawings of Old Jewish Comedians by  Drew Friedman  at the Society of Illustrators . Larry Storch of F Troop was there. The exhibit is now over but the books are still here.

As my friend Charlene would say, if you announce it, they will come.


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