Monday, August 27, 2012


Hank's Saloon Saved!!!  For now ... with a three year lease & higher rent.  Fundraiser to come ... (Brownstoner)
Trying to restore Sunset Park's empty 68th Police Precinct station house & stable (Daily News)
Looking for the lost grave of the First Maryland Regiment (NY Times)
Online re-release of Amram Ducovny's novel, Coney (Brooklyn Ink):
In a time when the Cyclone was too young to have stories to tell, when carnival freaks and Mafia bookies were ordinary neighbors, and decades before an annual hot-dog-eating contest at Nathan’s, there was Amram Ducovny’s Coney Island.
Amram “Ami” Ducovny, who passed away in 2003, took his boyhood experiences and packaged them into a dark, mature, detailed account of life as the son of Jewish immigrants in the pre-World War II era of Coney Island.


Marty Wombacher said...

Great news about Hank's! We should get a drink there soon and celebrate!

onemorefoldedsunset said...

Summon the troops!

Laura Goggin Photography said...

Hooray for Hank's!