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Paul Goldfinger in Asbury Park. Dec. 5, 2019. ©


JACK NICHOLSON:   “La Vie en Rose” from the soundtrack of the film Something’s Gotta Give.

“La Vie en Rose” was the song that made Piaf internationally famous, with its lyrics expressing the joy of finding true love and appealing to those who had survived the difficult period of World War II.[9]


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Sunset Lake. Asbury Park. Paul Goldfinger © November, 2019 © Click to enlarge.




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Saturday morning. Nov. 9, open Saturdays  until 1:30 pm till Thanksgiving.  Hello, Goodbye.    Paul Goldfinger photo. ©


Bruce was at the Sunset Avenue Farmer (s) Market in Asbury Park this morning with a remarkably diverse inventory given the cold weather.  He has tomatoes, brussel sprouts on the stalk, green beans, eggplants, cabbages, celery, and other items.  He will remain open until 1:30 pm when he starts packing up.  Click to enlarge.





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Asbury Park boards. Paul Goldfinger © 10/5/19.  Click to enlarge. Music plays during that change.  Back arrow to return.


From Oklahoma:

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Trinity Church. Asbury Park. Paul Goldfinger © September 2019.






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Nicole works in Asbury Park. She and her colleagues were partying at the A. Park beach.   Paul Goldfinger photo ©September 16, 2019.  Click image to enlarge.

LOS LOBOS  from the Mambo Kings soundtrack.



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Asbury Park Beach. The day after the See.Hear.Now Festival had ended.  September, 2018.   Paul Goldfinger photograph ©


THE LUMINEERS :  This band is headlining the 2019 Sea.Hear.Now Festival in Asbury Park on September 21, 2019. The song is “Angela” from the Cleopatra album.



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Asbury surfer

Boys in their summer clothes. Paul Goldfinger. AP Boards. 2018  Click to enlarge. ©





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This photo was part of a NY Tines article on July 5 (linked in our Asbury Hotel piece). Photo by Tony Cenicola. They had a Mermaid Parade (a la Coney Island) ©

This photo  (July 2016)  was part of a NY Times article; photo by Tony Cenicola. They had a Mermaid Parade (a la Coney Island). Posted 2018 in Blogfinger.


Could her name be Denise?  Here are  Randy and the Rainbows :

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Paul Goldfinger. Asbury Park Boardwalk. Undated ©



ELLA FITZGERALD  (With Ellis Larkens)  from her album Songs in a Mellow Mood.  The song “What is There to Say” was written by Vernon Duke (music) and “Yip” Harburg  (lyrics) for the 1934 Ziegfeld Follies. Duke was a Russian immigrant who also wrote serious  “classical” music.


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