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Bob Dylan: poet.


By Paul Goldfinger, Blogfinger.net


When I was a young musician, high school/college vintage, I paid minimal serious  attention to the lyrics of popular songs.  I guess they didn’t make much sense and I was much more interested in the music, but now, in retrospect, I was clueless about the messaging in song lyrics, especially about love.—-too young to get the nuances of this language.

But now I know that buried in words, sentences and paragraphs may be meanings that the words may not readily reveal.  Lovers of poetry know about that, and some lyrics are like poetry.  But you don’t get that sort of thing without some life experiences.

For example there is Buddy Holly’s classic fifties song “True Love Ways.”   I loved the song, but I had no idea what he meant by “true love ways.”  In fact, for years I thought he was saying “True love waits.”


Here is the opening paragraph:

“Just you know why
Why you and I
Will bye and bye
Know true love ways.”

I’m still not sure exactly what the young Holly was referring to, but he was married when he wrote that song, so he probably had some insight.


Then there is the song which we recently posted called  “I Apologize” sung by Billy Eckstine.  It is about a man trying to convince  a woman to forgive him.

What does he want, exactly?  He confesses and he asks for forgiveness, but then he gets specific. There is a line, “Give me back your glance, give me back romance.”

I was unsure, but after years I learned about a woman’s glance and how full of feeling and messaging that can be.  And what does the lyricist mean by “romance?”



Sarah Vaughan recorded a song called “Don’t Look at Me That Way.” It’s about nonverbal communication.   And that “look” in the song speaks volumes, and I wish I knew that language back then.  Here’s a line from this Cole Porter song.

“Since you began to play your role
I’ve lost my heart and I’ve lost my soul
But as for losing my self-control
Don’t look at me that way.”


OK, OK…I think I do understand what Sarah is referring to….



And finally  there’s  Bob Dylan—a poet-song writer.  And the use of language about love is sometimes hard to get.  What does he mean by “You’re a big girl now.? ”


What a wonderful song, but listen carefully to the lyrics; don’t give up on it.

“Our conversation was short and sweet
It nearly swept me off my feet
And I’m back in the rain, oh
And you are on dry land
You made it there somehow
You’re a big girl now”


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When will the CMA and the Neptunites realize that “the times they are a changin'”.    Cartoon by Sue Gioulis for Blogfinger.


Block party. Mt. Hermon Way. Paul Goldfinger photo.  Diversity is welcomed in contemporary Ocean Grove. Change is inevitable. There is no “discrimination” here.   The CMA has lost its grip.  Paul Goldfinger photo.


OG youth movement. They attended a Ronald Naldi secular concert in the Tabernacle. Summer 2022. Paul Goldfinger photo. Blogfinger.net. Ocean Grove, NJ


By Paul Goldfinger, Editor Blogfinger.net.  1/29/23.  Ocean Grove, NJ


If I were a betting man I would wager that the Neptune Committee will reject the pilot parking plan because it is too complicated, too much trouble, too controversial, too annoying, and of no use to the people of Neptune Township (Oh, we are not really part of Neptune Township except  for our role as tax payers.)

In addition it will upset the apple cart which is the long-standing cozy relationship of the CMA to the Neptuners.  And it will create a Neptune-wide controversy when for years the people of Neptune-minus-us didn’t have to give OG a second thought.*

And Ocean Grove can be counted on to vote Democrat regardless of the parking vote. One party rule does us no good.

And  if the Committee agrees to the parking trial, they can anticipate nothing but trouble from the smart-alecks in the Grove and they will eventually find a reason to throw the whole thing into the catch- basin at Wesley Lake with the road filth that currently flows there unabated and then into the Ocean.

The Mayor seems to care  little about our problems because yesterday he wouldn’t even speculate as to when his people might take a vote.

However  regardless how the gang-of-five at the Mother Ship rules, this parking squabble has allowed a serious and overriding issue to peak through the non-transparent curtain of  Neptune governance and that has to do with the future of Ocean Grove and the wishes of the residential community here.

At the meeting, a  few courageous Grovers disclosed that they are not liking our wonderful town as much as they used to, and this parking issue is part of  a larger problem for the Grove regarding the desirability of our town. Real estate mavens should watch the demographics and notice the long and irritable line commenting at yesterday’s meeting.

Yesterday also revealed that there is considerable ambivalence regarding the Camp Meeting Association and how it conducts itself as it pretends to be a heartfelt purveyor of good will, and we saw some  resistance to the Township and the CMA regarding what kind of town we will become as we change, as do most places over time.  This outspokenness is new.

The  CMA’s position about parking shows that they really don’t care about the largest faction in town:  the residents. (renters and owners.)  The CMA not only won’t recognize the obvious and inevitable changes here but they seem to want to put their ship into reverse and return to when they governed the Grove. And why won’t they accept that they are no longer the Sherrif in this unique and changing town?

Blogfinger has reported on this phenomenon—we see it in their Coaster and APP ads and interviews and in their signs and symbols around town, along with their failure to recognize that this residential community is changing especially in demographics.  

And if the people of OG vociferously demand changes, the CMA and the Neptune governance can be forced to respond.  Yesterday was a beginning, and we expect to hear from the Neptune United which loudly blew into town a few months ago.

We see more sophisticated New Yorkers and North Jerseyans as well as gays who are not impressed by how the CMA behaves in the Grove.   And there are now more young people here—we call them “The Ocean Grove Underground” and they bring life style changes that the CMA would rather ignore.  And we have more young couples with kids, dogs or both. And we are being discovered by new renters and buyers who may blink twice at our situations.

The CMA turns a blind eye to these inevitable changes, and their attitude to the parking situation shows that they are becoming more belligerent and less neighborly. When we moved here over 20 years ago we appreciated the spirituality which the CMA brought to  bear and they were more like an integral part of our town’s personality.  But now it’s different.

A couple of years ago one of Badgers predecessors threatened to sue Neptune if they so much as discussed the possibility of resident sticker parking.  And, of course, we now see the aggressive expansion of the CMA’s programming and the increase in volume of religious tourism thus pushing the parking limits even more.   And lately we have “yogagate” and “pier gate.”

And now the CMA accuses all of us of discrimination.  That shows how out-of-touch and desperate  the CMA has become.

So, the parking meeting suggests that there will be more push-back by OG citizens and that even the Home Owners may be willing to tackle these themes. They can start by abandoning their long-standing support of the North End plan and opposing the outrageous zoning abuses that make parking and crowding worse and  threaten our history. (Remember the Aurora?)   And they can push to eliminate  mega-events which shut down our streets, prevent our cars from moving, and push we-the-people around and back onto our porches.

I recall when Belmar had one mega event, a seafood festival on the boards, which attracted about 100,000 people.    They shut down the town to block any more cars, and then they banned the event for the future.  The Belmar mayor was interviewed and he said, “My top priority are the residents who live in my town!”  A similar victory for citizens happened a couple of years ago in Bradley Beach.  Power to the people!   (I am from the sixties give or take 10 years in either direction).

The people of OG need to figure out what sort of town we desire,  and then, as people said yesterday, “It’s time for action.”




The line it is drawn
The curse it is cast
The slow one now
Will later be fast
As the present now
Will later be past
The order is rapidly fadin’
And the first one now
Will later be last
For the times they are a-changin’



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Grovers await the start of the meeting. 1/28/23. Paul Goldfinger photo.  Click to enlarge.

 The meeting was held in a beautiful venue: The Jersey Shore Arts center of Ocean Grove. Remember Herb Herbst.


PAUL ROBESON WITH A STEVEN FOSTER DITTY:   Robeson performed in the Great Auditorium many years ago.


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Township special meeting held at the Arts Center. January 28, 2023.  Perhaps 200 Grover citizens were present to plead their case before the Neptune tribunal


By Paul Goldfinger, MD.  Editor Blogfinger.net


Eight township officials sat up front to conduct this meeting to review a Pilot Residential Permit Parking (RPPP) Program offered by a Township Subcommittee. The meeting was run by Neptune Township  Mayor Cafferty, a grim looking character who didn’t seem to have a sense of humor. The meeting lasted over 3 hours and ended with a long line of Grovers who made speeches (3 minutes) or asked questions. There was quite a diversity of opinion expressed on that line and in the balcony.

Where did all these opinionated Grovers come from? I thought we had a silent majority in town.


Team Neptune: They don’t look happy to be there. These Neptuners get to continue the Township tradition of dumping on Grover citizens.   No Ocean Grover is part of that crew.   Paul Goldfinger photo Blogfinger.net. 1/28/23.  Click to study their demeanors.


The main question was whether the Township would approve this subcommittee  pilot plan which is sponsored by a group consisting of the OGHOA, the Better Parking Alliance, Chamber of Commerce, and a lawyer named Shane Martins.  Martins woke up the crowd when he said that “there already is a Neptune residential parking permit in the Township Code.”

Also on board was the Deputy Mayor Tassie York who is a newcomer on the Committee and now, by some political magic, is an expert on OG parking problems. She didn’t speak.

Describing the plan  to the group were representatives of the HOA (Joyce Klein)  and the BPA (Andy Levine).


Andy Levine (BPA)  says, regarding enforcement, “Call the cops.” Blogfinger photo.


Also speaking for 15 minutes was Michael Badger, President of the CMA.  His presence was controversial and he even drew some catcalls from the audience.

If you want to know the details of the plan, you can go to the OGHOA website or the Neptune site or go to our BF article below this one.

Many of the  plan details were torn apart by Grovers who spoke.  We should have a T shirt that says, “Grovers Who Speak—GWS”. This could be the start of something big.

Blogfinger will not rattle off  all the details—that’s what the Coaster does,  but we will list some of what we learned this morning.


After a break a line began to form (on the right) to speak. That’s when the Mayor insisted that I sit down.  Busy taking these photos–free press?


a. Most citizens  supported the idea of a “pilot plan”.  The proposal called for the plan to begin in March and last for a year.

b. Michael Badger was very outspoken in opposing any permit parking plan.  He asked the Neptuners to “say  no to preferential parking.”    He said that the plan offered a special advantage to a few and that “everyone should have a shot at a parking space.”

Badger said that we should not give privileges to one group.  But which group is that?   In his speeches and interviews he never acknowledges that we have a discrete group called “Ocean Grove Residents.”  He said that if you don’t like your parking situation, then move somewhere else in town.

He said that such a plan was inappropriate because the Grove is “only 1/2 mile long.”

Really?   His signs say “God’s Square Mile.”


CMA slide during the Badger’s presentation. Click to find the devil.



Michael Badger, “Just say no.” Blogfinger photo. 1/28/23. Ocean Grove


Many in the audience condemned his message and even questioned his choice to speak at this meeting.  Dr. Cindy Williams of Ocean Grove berated  Neptune officials saying that they should “perform their duties under the authority of the people.”  She accused the Mayor of inappropriately allowing the CMA to speak and to allow Badger’s “outrageous power points.”    Others were shouting about a CMA slide depicting some people as devils. They though that was nasty.

c.  Nancy Badger went to the mic. and said that the pilot plan “discriminated” against other Neptune residents while benefitting “a few” in Ocean Grove.

d. Nigel Newton, a parking engineer who lives in town, said that the design work was excellent and now it is time for “action over words.”  He said that Asbury Park is the problem, not Ocean Grove.  Ways to discourage AP parkers must be found or AP will control Ocean Grove.

Others, including Joyce Klein of the HOA, painted Asbury parkers as our main problem now.


Complements of the HOA; Joyce Klein provided these fascinating stats.

e. Some stressed that residents of OG deserved special treatment to deal with their  parking difficulties.  The HOA said that parking problems will “always exist” so this plan is to  find a way “to make it better.”  Klein said that the problem has been studied for the last 8 years, and now is the time to take action.

Andy Levine of the BPA stressed that this is a “pilot—a chance to try something new and learn from it.”

f. Finally, some spoke out to agree with Blogfinger’s prior posts:  We have a large community of tax paying residents who have a major “quality of life” issue here, and parking permits will help–not cure. One speaker said that families are punished by the parking glut including the nurse who comes home with a child and groceries and can’t park.

Klein (HOA) said that 58 of 60 shore towns have laws to help with residential parking.  Only two do not:  Ocean Grove and Deal, and Deal has driveways.

Attention should be paid!

Joyce Klein agreed that she and all Grovers deserve some help with parking. She also stressed the central issue now is of Asbury workers and tourists who park here and go there.

g.  The Chamber of Commercials spokesperson said that they support 3 hour parking for the business district but they are “neutral when it comes to the resident part.” Perhaps we should remember that when we go shopping downtown.

h.  Other topics that were raised included:  tenters, multifamily dwellings, enforcement, guests, cones saving spaces, and where do the 250 summer CMA workers park?     And other issues including short term renters.

i. When things became heated at the meeting, Joyce Klein put things into perspective recalling the story of Chicken Little saying, “The sky is not falling”.  She also said that “offering a little advantage to OG residents is not elitist.”   She encouraged the group to be patient and “let’s see if it works.”

j.  Once again a favorite Blogfinger point was ignored and that is that the Township could reign in the giant events such as the Flea Market and Craft show and others which drown the town with tourists each summer.

These mega- events prevent residents from enjoying their town in prime season  while offering nothing to benefit we-the-people. Just ask Bradley Beach, Spring Lake, Belmar, and Deal, among others such as Seaside Heights.


Steve and Eydie:





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A Park Beach.     Public outdoor art is common in A. Park. Where is it in the Grove? Paul Goldfinger photo. Jan. 2023. Click to enlarge.

 Some at the parking meeting said Ocean Grove was “changing,” and not for the better.


MANDY PATINKIN:  Sunday in the Park With George.  By Stephen Sondheim. “Beautiful.”



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The old road to an OG parking solution. Paul Goldfinger photo of a road less travelled…so far.


By Paul Goldfinger, MD.  Editor at Blogfinger.net,  Ocean Grove’s only news and opinion source. OG had a newspaper for many years, but it folded around 2000.

Here is a Blogfinger report  about a similar Neptune parking  meeting  in December, 2017.  You can see where this issue has been:


2017 Township parking meeting.


Here is some parking background from a June 2021  Blogfinger article.


2021 parking post.


NOW JANUARY 2023—You may recall our repeated concern, ignored by everyone, that this town has too many cars for the number of spaces in season.   In other words, something needs to be done about unbridled tourism inside this small residential town.   Other towns have done so including Bradley Beach, Belmar, Spring Lake and, believe it or not, Asbury Park, although AP is becoming like a big zoo in season, parking in the Grove and walking or biking into AP.

Now the OGHOA has posted a new “pilot proposal” to provide parking permits on a trial basis in the most vulnerable area of the Grove, over by the border with Asbury Park.

To see the map with colors, click below.

RPPP-Pilot-Proposal-for-012823-Meeting (dragged)

There will be two zones, one is year round  (Zone 1. light blue on the map)  while the other is for prime season. (5/15-9/15.  Zone 2.  green on the map)

You can download the entire program by clicking here:


The credit for this proposal is being given to all the major organizations in town including the CMA.   The CMA has, in the past, been very resistant to such a program although they have supported a related plan which would place 3 hour metered parking in the business district.

The announcement sent out by email says that the Township Committee is presenting a “special meeting” on this subject on Saturday, January 28, at 9 am in the Jersey Shore Arts Center.  That email gives credit to Deputy Mayor Tassie York, the 2022 Parking Task Force, OGHOA,  OG Chamber of Commerce, and the Better Parking Alliance.

They also mention  “OG Resident Shane Martins.”  It is unusual to find an individual on such a list, but Shane Martins is a lawyer who also is involved with the activist group, currently under cover, called “Neptune United.”

Blogfinger had the opportunity to speak to him several months ago when he mentioned that he had designed a foolproof permit parking plan for the town.  We did not see his plan then, but could this currently announced plan be his?  If so, perhaps only he should get credit.  The others on the list have been failures in the past with regard to permit parking.



Blogfinger has been preaching about permits  literally for years without any response from players on the list.

At any rate it’s good to know that the residents of OG will finally be given some special treatment to help with their chronic parking woes.

The Committee meeting on Jan. 28 will be interesting since the Committee has been indifferent regarding this issue in the past, with promises made but none kept.  But now they have slipped one of their own, Ms. York, into the mix. She is getting credit as a leader of the current plan. What did she do?

But the Township has been worried about giving special treatment to the Grove while “neglecting” the people of Neptune proper. Even the CMA’s Michael Badger has voiced a similar concern suggesting that no parking plan for the Grove should exclude Neptuners  who need to park at the beach.  A bus shuttle program is currently being worked out.

It will also be interesting to see if the majority of Grovers, those excluded from the RPPP, will have something to say about this matter.   Over at the South End of the Grove, residents will tell you that they also are victimized by freeloader Asburians.  At a  prior town meeting, it appeared that about half of Grovers were opposed  to permit parking.


BEATLES:   “Day Tripper.”


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An OG giant flea market where only a few select tourists should be allowed. Is she the Coaster reporter? Please! Paul Goldfinger photo



By Paul Goldfinger,  Editor Blogfinger.net.   1/26/23

In a front page article today, Coaster reporter Carol Gorga Williams took a fresh look at the topic of OG’s parking mess in preparation for yet another Township meeting to address parking; this time, once again, a proposal for residential parking permits in town.

She said, “The Neptune Township Committee will convene a special meeting Sat, Jan. 28 to discuss a proposed pilot program for residential parking permits in Ocean Grove, where narrow streets and summer-season overcrowding have long creating frustration.”    That one sentence is a breath of fresh air even if it is not totally accurate.

Let’s consider her point of view.

a.  The result of our parking problems in season is “frustration.”  I don’t think any prior news report has used that word.  Why is that important, well it is because it reflects what Blogfinger has been saying for years:  This is a QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUE involving most importantly the community of Grovarian residents. It is the residents, home owners and renters, who have been ignored and “frustrated” by the blind-sighted officials and organizations in this town.  The mobs of tourists in season should not be given top priority in any proposed plan. Let’s give our citizens top priority.

b. Ms. Williams spoke in terms of “summer-season overcrowding.”   YES!  Those of us who live here are drowning in tourists, and it is the equation of too many tourists overwhelming too few parking spaces that is the fundamental problem.  Blogfinger has been saying that for years:   reduce the number of giant tourist events, as is done in many shore towns, and the problem will be over.  The Township has control over permits for events that bring out-of-town folks here by the thousands on summer weekends, causing  “FRUSTRATION” for our own tax paying townies.

Let the mega-events be held in some huge space with excess parking like the Monmouth Country Fair Ground.   The giant flea market does not have to be held in our small residential town!

c   And finally the Coasterican reporter decides that that one of our main problems is “narrow streets.”  Well, la-de-dah!   That may not be true, but it is marvelous to contemplate because it is a new idea, and we sure can use new ideas in the Grove.

The meeting will be held at the Arts Center at 9 am this Saturday 1/28/23.   After a stultifying presentation of plan details you will hear questions that will indicate yet another failure to solve the Grovarian parking mess, but I sure would like one of those permits.  And let’s put Ms. Williams on that committee!





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Photo of a concentration camp by Paul Goldfinger from a documentary.



Paul Goldfinger, MD,  Editor Blogfinger.net


The Nazis’ goal was to make the world “judenfrei” (free of Jews) and they nearly succeeded.  The process began in 1930’s Germany and then became full blown as the Nazis invaded most of Europe as well as other areas such as North Africa and Scandinavia.    At first they killed Jews by shooting using “killing pits” (below).    When that was not efficient enough they used trucks that crowded victims and then pumped  carbon monoxide inside. But that was way too slow.

Then they switched to ghettos where Jews were crowded inside and usually died of disease and starvation.   After that they created extermination camps which used poison gas, following which they put the bodies into ovens for mass cremation. The neighbors knew what was emanating from the smokestacks.

Other groups were also singled out, but in much smaller numbers such as gays, Gypsies, mentally ill,  disabled , and Jehovah’s Witnesses, but nothing could compare to the Holocaust which refers to the estimated 6 million murdered Jews.  When Jews tried to escape to other countries, they were often met with hostility and were sent back.


Nazis used cattle cars to transport Jews and others to concentration camps. They offered no food or water to those in the  crowded stifling, filthy  cars.  Some died on the way.  Most  were gassed on arrival and then burned in ovens. Those who lived for awhile usually succumbed to exhaustion and starvation.      Photos by Paul Goldfinger from a live streamed commemorative broadcast from Israel.


Nazi shooting of civilians. Times of Israel.   That method of extermination resulted in an estimated 2.5 million Jewish deaths. Victims were rounded up, marched to an open area where pits had been dug by prisoners, and then lined up to be shot.    Numbers come  from meticulous German records. Yad Vashem has a film of this taken surreptitiously by a passing soldier.


This rare image is from the Holocaust Museum. (Yad Vashem) in Jerusalem. A solder is about to shoot a woman holding a child.


Women in concentration camps had their hair shaved off.  Most who arrived in the camps were murdered in gas chambers . They were stripped naked and marched into “showers.”   Many were accompanied by their children.   Violent sexual assaults were common.


SS guards greet the trains and then storm the doors.




Courageous Jews, barricaded and resisting  in the Warsaw Ghetto, held out longer than expected, but finally the survivors were marched off to their deaths if they weren’t killed by artillery and tanks. 1943.  Rare photograph. Very few photographs or footage  survived the war. Photography was banned by the Nazis.


In Israel the Holocaust Remembrance Day is  held at Yad Vashem, the amazing Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem.  There also is a remarkable Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. You need two days to visit it.

6 million innocent Jews were killed by the Nazis as were many millions more across  Europe and Russia. An unbelievable number of Russian civilians and soldiers died.  But the Holocaust , specific towards Jews,  was just born out of hatred.  The underlying reason was anti-semitism which had been around long before Nazi Germany and is now surging again world-wide.

Hitler almost succeeded in accomplishing the “final solution.”  Despite all the dead, there were some  survivors, and they often dedicated themselves to telling their stories in an effort to prevent hate alone from destroying lives in the future. Their numbers are getting smaller, but for “survivors” and their families, the scars are handed on from generation to generation.

In 2012 the Camp Meeting brought a survivor to OG to speak.

Here is a link to that event in the Grove.  This survivor is still alive (2023)


2012 program in Ocean Grove


Survivor is reunited with family in New York City. Still image by Paul Goldfinger.


A personal note: I am a 2nd generation Jewish-American. My family came from Poland and Austria around 1900.  Both sides undoubtedly lived in those locations for at least 400 years.

Most of us lost most or all of our relatives in Europe to the murderous Nazis.  Hitler wiped out the vast majority of Jewish communities in Europe, especially in eastern Europe–where millions lived.  As the German army (Wehrmacht) swept through Poland and Russia, they were followed by the Einsatzgruppen, a branch of the SS, whose job was only to kill Jews or to ship them to concentration camps where gas chambers were more efficient at killing than bullets.

I was going through my mother’s possessions. I knew that our family kept  nothing from the “old country.” 

But I found a photograph dated 1938 of one of our cousins in Poland. It must have been sent to Mom’s family in Bayonne, NJ.   And the handwriting on the front indicates that some contact was maintained and that we did learn of his fate.



From my mother’s side of the family (Poland.) 1938  “Dr. Maury”


On the back he wrote a personal note:   “To my dearest New World cousins.”

He signed it and dated it: “1938”

Unfortunately he didn’t escape.  I wish we knew more about him, but at least I know that he existed and should be mourned.  From his brief greeting on the back, I think I would have liked him.

Kristallnacht occurred in Germany in 1938.  Little did our cousin know that the Nazis would invade Poland in 1939 and would go about killing every Jew that they could find, and they spent a lot of manpower and resources  to do that.

One Jewish child was killed with her Mom,  and the child  was only 30 minutes old.  The crazed Nazis spared no one.

On April 27, 2022, for the Holocaust commemoration, the Bundestag (Germany) President Barbel Bas was welcomed at an official ceremony in the Knesset  (Israel parliament.) Israeli representatives have gone to Germany for events and to meet with German Jews.  It is hard for today’s Jews to go there. No one in my family has been to Germany.  I bought a Mercedes some time ago, and my cousin Marty, a veteran, asked, “Why are you driving a Nazi car?”

I said, “Many taxis in Israel are Mercedes.”

The German President  said, “The lessons of the Holocaust oblige us to give no place to antisemitism.  Germany’s responsibility hasn’t ended. We stand alongside Israel.”


MICHELE GARRUTI.   “Theme from Schindler’s List:”


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Paul Goldfinger still photograph. Tremé. Jan 26, 2023


JON CLEAREY.   Tremé. Season 2.    “Frenchmen Street Blues.”



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Jean Bredin. Tent Village. January 2023. Ocean Grove.  Blogfinger.net



THOMAS MATO BLANCHOT   “Isn’t She Lovely?”



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