Happy 2019 and welcome to year nine of the SoHo Memory Project! Thanks to all of you who wrote in with stories of favorite, or at least memorable, SoHo restaurants. I’ve gathered remembrances of some of the most popular spots.
Like many SoHo pioneers, choreographer Rebecca Kelly moved to SoHo in 1974 in search of space to do her work. With husband Craig Brashear, she renovated a raw loft, founded Rebecca Kelly Ballet, raised a family, and adapted to an ever-changing New York. In the following interview, Kelly shares her memories of dancing in SoHo.
True Renaissance man and renowned jazz saxophonist Richard "Dickie" Landry is so much more than his first claim to fame (as a musician). Dickie has performed his music throughout the world and was a seminal member of the Philip Glass Ensemble. He is also well-known for his photography, a medium he found almost by accident, and is now gaining much recognition as a painter.
Sep 02 2017
The SoHo Memory Project celebrates the history of SoHo as a New York City neighborhood.