Photographer Cheney Orr spoke to Entropic Magazine’s Nolan Ryan Trowe and Bruce Graves to discuss an ongoing project, “Bystander,” a collection of cop photos from more than a decade of street photography in New York City. Continue reading “Epiphanies of the unexpected—a conversation with photographer Cheney Orr”
It’s been 17 years since 9/11. I walked around ground zero and lower Manhattan all day. It was foggy. The weather, like the people, sulked. You may wonder: What do people do on 9/11 in New York City? Well, here’s a quick glance.
HAROLD HUNTER was an influential NYC skater. He played a role in the cult movie classic Kids, which depicted life on the Lower East Side in the 90s. In 2006, he died from a cocaine induced heart attack in his LES apartment. Continue reading “Harold Hunter 12 years later–navigating skate culture and sobriety”
AT EVERY TURN, there seems some incentive drawing me into dissatisfaction from things I want but cannot have. Continue reading “Getting off the hedonic treadmill–words of wisdom from Terence Mckenna”
Bruce Graves is a writer and web developer based in Los Angeles.
AS A DISABLED MAN in NYC, the smallest acts of kindness go a long way to make my life easier. Whether it’s someone giving up their seat for me on a crowded subway, or simply picking up my cane if I drop it on the icy ground, it’s the small things that count the most; it’s those moments of kindness that can make my day.