Archive for March, 2012
As hundreds of people joyously celebrated the six month birthday of Occupy Wall Street in Zuccotti Park, the largest gathering in months without police barricades, the NYPD declared the park closed at 11:30 p.m. They moved into the park swinging batons, beating people attempting to exercise rights that are supposed to be legally guaranteed. The New York Times reported that scores were arrested. See pictures here.
At the D:F/M faculty meeting today, irate Colleagues expressed plans to censor the WORD? They said they were upset that the department’s dirty linen was being exposed across the spectrum of the Internet.
… was out celebrating last night, Sunday, with friends at St. Marks Place in the East Village. First, Boka (yummy, yummy). Then karoke-ing next door at Sing Sing, where this writer experienced an epiphany (brought on by decent sake and an alcoholic water melon drink from the gods and JF and former WORD Senior Editor Jonathan Mena [who won’t be seen until the final photo spread]).
Why the celebration?