"Experiencing art is the closest an atheist or agnostic can get to praying."

Did Tony die at the end of The Sopranos?


David Chase finally answers the question he wants fans to stop asking

GW Bridge from Hudson River Park.

GW Bridge from Hudson River Park.

My favorite piece of public art in New York. Big fan of Keith Haring.

My favorite piece of public art in New York. Big fan of Keith Haring.

From the Empire State Building looking south opening day. #nyc

From the Empire State Building looking south opening day. #nyc

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A neighborhood spot to spend some time on thought each day. #nyc

A neighborhood spot to spend some time on thought each day. #nyc

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The colors of dawn.

The colors of dawn.

Sam and I and Chuck Close.

Sam and I and Chuck Close.

Bikes reloading CitiBike stations. #nyc @citibike

Bikes reloading CitiBike stations. #nyc @citibike

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I miss growing stuff.

I miss growing stuff.

humansofnewyork:

“I think my grandfather may have the correct approach to art. He’s had a long career, and in his retirement he’s been working on building a boat. I doubt he’ll ever finish it, but I don’t think that’s particularly important to him. He wakes up every morning, drinks his cup of coffee, then goes out to his workshop to sand a tiny portion of wood. He doesn’t need to finish that boat to pay the rent. He can afford to have some distance from it, so he gets to enjoy it. He looks at that boat tenderly, like he looks at his grandkids. He gets to have a dream without the necessity of achieving it.”

humansofnewyork:

“I think my grandfather may have the correct approach to art. He’s had a long career, and in his retirement he’s been working on building a boat. I doubt he’ll ever finish it, but I don’t think that’s particularly important to him. He wakes up every morning, drinks his cup of coffee, then goes out to his workshop to sand a tiny portion of wood. He doesn’t need to finish that boat to pay the rent. He can afford to have some distance from it, so he gets to enjoy it. He looks at that boat tenderly, like he looks at his grandkids. He gets to have a dream without the necessity of achieving it.”