In Tremont, the Bronx on East Tremont Avenue at Park Avenue
Oh man, I am SO behind on Project Neon. Thanks for your patience! First of all, December 3rd was Project Neon’s birthday. Happy belated birthday, Project Neon! Unfortunately I wasn’t feeling up to any neon visits, but I hope to head out soon. I need some neon glow to get through these loooong winter nights.
In other neon news, congratulations to Erin S. for winning the Project Neon giveaway! I’ll be sending out your 2014 neon calendar this week!
Over on the New York Neon blog, a sad tradition: the list of neon signs we lost in the last year.
A slight change of operating procedure here — I’m going to start posting links, news, etc. (like the above) to the Project Neon Facebook page, rather than here on the blog, just to simplify things on my end.
It’s been a while since I’ve been to Frank’s, but isn’t the neon wonderful? It lights up that corner of Tremont Avenue like gangbusters. More views over on Flickr.
Hey, only one day left to enter the Project Neon giveaway! Get over there now before time runs out!
I should probably have posted this yesterday, huh? But today is National Leftovers Day, right? I made a squab instead of a turkey yesterday, but there are still plenty of leftovers. Post-Thanksgiving sandwich here I come!
My internet is very nearly kaput and I don’t have the energy to face the epic battle that is calling Verizon at the moment, so I think I’ll go do some offline writing and drawing instead. I wish instead of National Buy Crap Day, today was Make Something Day. Wouldn’t that be nice?
I do promise to queue up more neon photos soon, though, and I’m hoping to get out to photograph some neon later this weekend.
Now go enter the giveaway then make yourself a Thanksgiving leftover sandwich for luck!
East Side Cafe
(in Grammercy on 23rd Street between 1st & 2nd Avenues)