Category Archives: 20th century

January 4, 1979 – East Village – Journal

Today is Alice’s Birthday. No sex. All I intend to do today is make her life a pleasure. I do love her.

January 5, 1979 – East Village – Journal

The Kinks are on the radio. YOU REALLY GOT ME. A British Invasion festival from 1963 to 1966 marking an unexpected musical explosion from Great Britain. Many of the bands had been condemned by the Pat Boone loving conservatives. Few of those groups survived the Sixties. THe Beatles are dead, but the Rolling Stones survive. […]

The Last View Of The Titanic

HMS Titanic departed from Southampton on April 10, 1912. The massive ship stopped at Cherbourg to pick up 274 more passengers and drop 24. The next day the Titanic reached Cork, Ireland, where over a hundred passengers boarded the liner and seven departed. One was Father Francis Browne, a Jesuit trainee, who snapped the known […]

Two Fingers of Blame

Published April 16, 2012 Several years ago the legend of the Titanic gained two new insights with the disclosure from an ancestor of ocean liner’s second officer that the ship had been doomed by a steering error by the helmsman. The panicked mistake was overruled by the first officer according to his fellow officer too […]


An incredible quadruple Gemini birthday party at Kim and Kyle Davis’ apartment on Bleecker Street. Sean Hausman, Eric Goode, and Kim had hung blue and white balloons overhead. They had plastered xeroxed fotos of the four natal celebrants on the wall and illuminated the living room with a modulating blue lights. Punk and funk music. […]