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Tag Archives: buskers
Subway station performers are pretty standard, of course, and anyone who has ever lived in a place that has subway trains has seen these urban entertainers playing guitar or trumpet, their instrument cases by their sides open for donations. But in New York, the performers do not limit themselves to an audience of hurried commuters rushing past in pursuit of the next train. Rather, they have decided in favor of a truly captive audience: the commuters already on the train. Continue reading
Among the things I’m most grateful for is my cute little apartment in a district near Golden Gate Park, in the beautiful city of San Francisco. One of the things I’m least grateful for is the older man who at … Continue reading