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The Common Touch

By Keith Michael If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, Or walk with Kings—nor lose the common touch… From If, Rudyard Kipling […]

Caruso’s Quips

By Charles Caruso You have your run and then you’re done. j We only recognize our happiest years when they’re past. j You’re old when […]

Goodbye Rebel Rebel

By Robert Heide It was in the August 2014 issue of Westview News that I first wrote an article entitled Music! Music! Music!—Village Music Stores […]

WEST VIEW NEWS EXFOLIATES

WEST VIEW NEWS EXFOLIATES: The loyal and talented contributors to West View relaxed in the lush garden of Publisher George Capsis once visited by Sinclair […]

Diversity Matters

By Annunziata Gianzero A cop car pulls up to a parked police car with a smashed rear window. A young baller holds the culpable baseball […]

COCHRANE HONORED

On June 17, Council Member Corey Johnson presided over the co-naming of Washington Street and Sixth Avenue in honor of Sergeant Charles H. Cochrane. Sergeant […]

TO ENGAGE THE WORLD

TO ENGAGE THE WORLD—was how the five artists described what they were attempting to do in their June show at the Westbeth Gallery. Its title […]