Yukie Ohta |
"I don’t think people who move to places because of the artists and the neighborhood vibe understand that their privilege of having deep pockets displaces the people who created the vibe that attracted them in the first place, and then the neighborhood goes to shit. "
A conversation about growing up in SoHo between Tina Cane and Sasha Baguskas, life-long friends who met each other in 4th grade at PS 41, circa 1978. They discuss loft living, rollerskating, rats, and much more.
If you grew up in SoHo in the 1970s and 80s, your childhood, looking…
Sep 05 2020
The world is changing at warp speed as we live through these unprecedented times. The SoHo Memory Project focuses…
Jul 10 2020
A glimpse into everyday life in SoHo, then and now.
May 08 2020
What is SoHo Memory Project and why did you create it?
Last summer, Or Szyflingier, a very talented and ambitious CUNY student, asked me…
Mar 01 2020
It’s been quite a while since I did a straight-up SoHo memory post. This past year I covered a SoHo artist’s story, SoHo zoning, SoHo in YA…
Nov 01 2019