Monthly Archives: August 2017

What is this?

I spotted this little animal in Fort Tryon Park, nosing around not too far from people sunbathing.

Is it a hedgehog? I know at least one person out there who will know.

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The Rat Comes to Tarrytown

(2017-06-15 001)In June, I was surprised to find the inflatable rat near the Tarrytown Village Hall. I’ve seen The Rat in New York City in front of various buildings where union protests are going on.

There was also a sign from the disgruntled workers. They were shaming Alpine Painting, and their protest was right across the street from the train station.

(2017-06-21 001)The rat appears when non-union workers are used on jobs or if the employer is doing anti-union activities.

One must be wary of all types of rats.

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Parthenon Marbles Coming to the Graduate Center

City College was given copies of the so-called Elgin Marbles–the Parthenon Marbles–as a gift in 1852 from Charles M. Leupp, Esq. The casts, made in the 1830s, were among the first to be sent to the United States. The casts have been in storage until recently. The sculptures are now going to be mounted in the CUNY Graduate Center Library. They will line the wall along 34th Street.

This is exciting.

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