Please join the family of Florence Deutsch Moed at the Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center in commemorating her life on December 20th, Saturday. A memorial of story and music will, in Florence's words, commence at 2:00pm. Cake and tea and coffee will be served after.
If you would like to share a story or play a piece, please contact me. We look forward to seeing you there.
Abrons Arts Center Henry Street Settlement 466 Grand Street at the corner of Pitt Street New York, New York
The Abrons Arts Center is located at 466 Grand Street at the corner of Pitt on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
The Abrons Arts Center is subway accessible by taking:
* the F train to Delancey
* the J or M trains to Essex Street
* the D or B trains to Grand Street
The Abrons Arts Center is also easily accessible by bus:
* M15 to Grand Street
* M22 to Montgomery Street
* M9 to Grand Street
* M14 to Grand Street
* B39 to Essex
CAR OR CAB
Take the FDR Drive southbound and exit at Grand Street. Northbound FDR does not have an exit for Grand or South Street. Use the Houston Street exit.
Parking lots are available on Suffolk Street between Broome and Delancey; and East Broadway and Clinton Streets.
MY PRIVATE CONEY presents IT WAS HER NEW YORK, the short stories that accompany the work-in-progress video and photo collection of the same name (myprivateconey.com - media link - IT WAS HER NEW YORK). The stories and the media explore the tender rubble that holds both my mother, Florence's and New York's soul as one disappears into old age and the other into gentrification. All are real observations and/or experiences with very little tall-tale telling.
Except when it makes the story better.
Please visit myprivateconey.com for additional information and sample works.
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