Strumming, singing, wagging…and just not playing

Photos by Tequila Minsky

Photos by Tequila Minsky

Above left, in the time-honored tradition of alternate-side parking, a Thompson St. resident sat in his pickup truck on Monday, at the appropriate times, after the street sweepers went by. He kept busy by practicing mandolin. Above right, Christmas carolers were making their rounds on Saturday night. After starting at Washington Square Park, they made stops along Thompson St. (hey, maybe the mandolin guy joined in) and Bleecker St. At lower left, meanwhile, outside of St. Mark’s Church, at Second Ave. and 10th St., even a dog got into the festive spirit (well, it had no choice). Finally, lower right, a Little Italy boutique wasn’t buying into the holiday hype.

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