Hats on parade…and look what ‘Auntie Pasta’ cooked up


Photos by Jefferson Siegel

Plenty of Downtown creativity was on display at Sunday’s Easter Parade on Fifth Ave. in Midtown. From left, Chelsea resident Paul Nagle, who was arts liaison to former City Councilmember Alan Gerson, tipped his cap to “Les Miserables;” East Villager Rolando Vega transformed himself into “Auntie Pasta;” and Carmen Garcia, also from Chelsea, wore her tribute to the new pope, Francis.

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