Ed Koch cartoons
New York Magazine, November 14, 1977
Who’s the newest girl in O.J.’s life? The Juice has been squeezing her plenty…
History is weird sometimes.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind, 1977
10th Anniversary of WNEW-FM
Trying to secure the rights to this for updated publishing plan.
Sparks Steak House took out a full page ad in 1977 to counter a bad food review from a critic.
Abram S. Hewitt, mayor of New York from 1887-1888 transplanted a bunch of NYC artifacts to his house in New Jersey.
I’m pretty sure Jay-Z and Kanye owe a huge debt to this scene from Blossom in Paris.
Not even close.
Joe DiMaggio shilling retirement plans.
Remarkable Names of Real People
New York Magazine, October 31, 1977
Visible Means of Support by Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
Walt Disney World for $89 in ‘77.
A definitive answer to the question: Can real life be creepier than Twin Peaks?
Just some decorative artwork given to me by my friend, Rene Magritte. No big deal.