Ed Koch

Clayton’s Corner: Koch to Alife and Great Frog

Last modified February 11, 2013 at 11:39 am

Here’s another installment of Clayton’s Corner…just for you!

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Review: Seeing “Koch” at the Angelika

Posted February 4, 2013 at 6:46 am

We’ll just go on a limb and say what everyone is thinking. The passing of former mayor Ed Koch early Friday morning was no doubt a boon for the new documentary about his life by Neil Barsky, KOCH. The timing of his passing was eerily precise, as the film opened citywide later that evening in […]

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Recap: Ed Koch at Tenement Museum’s Tenement Talks

Posted October 27, 2010 at 6:12 am

Last night, the Tenement Museum bookshop was a zoo.  It was the hot ticket in the neighborhood, as former mayor Ed Koch was in the house for the heralded Tenement Talks series. The event was a sold out affair, and lines queued for the remaining handful of standing-room-only tickets at the door.

A Vote for Public Urination

Posted October 29, 2009 at 6:18 am

It would appear that former mayor Ed Koch might actually earn some votes in next week’s election.  This traffic sign wheat-paste marks the return of Rod Stuart Loves the Hamptons, and urges locals to vote for “public urination” in an effort to “bring back New York.”  Spotted at the northeast corner of Eldridge and Rivington […]

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