Hey again bloggers or whoever could be reading this blagh. And in the midst of that scary virus that came from out of nowhere, and other headline news of the day, there was a Tompkins Square Arts + Book Fair! at Tompkins Square Park this past weekend. I know because that Facebook event invite that reads like as follows says so:
Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
The first annual TOMPKINS SQUARE Arts + Crafts and Book Fair is ON!
Come and get works of art, hand made crafts, books, records, videos, and more, all offered by members of your community on the Lower East Side.
There will also be book readings, musicians and speakers.
At dusk, we will be showing the amazing film called LOOSE CHANGE.
LOOSE CHANGE is an in-depth documentary created by students who originally sought to make a documentary that supported the official government version of the incredible events of September 11, 2001. However, as their project progressed, it became clear to them that the official story was NOT credible and that the TRUTH is a whole lot worse than the narrative of foreign terrorists hijacking commercial jets in the US and then crashing them.
LOOSE CHANGE, created on the smallest imaginable budget by students, is superior to anything churned out by state media that backs the govt’s LIES about “9-11”.
Come see LOOSE CHANGE in our beloved Tompkins Square Park and decide for yourself.
[Those interested in participating in selling, trading or giving stuff away (there are NO fees!) can either email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or just come on down.]
And it was also another attempt for me to vend those DecorForU black lives matter, s#!t just got real, not my president, no police state, occupy wall street, yoga, squat, the shadow, museum of reclaimed urban space , tompkins square park, brooklyn & I love new york necklaces, magnets, key chains & pins for $2 each again. And it was also another one of those Saturdays where Pinc Louds was playing there again. And Pinc Louds gets everyone to dance, dance and more dancing. And Pinc Louds shared the stage with other artists and performers from the arts and book fair on this day. And there were other vendors, and food carts, and cheap clothes for sale on this day, something similar to one of those park yard sale bazaars maybe. And The Shadow, who sponsored this event, had their The Shadow Newspaper and other Shadow merchandise for sale on their merchandise table. And as the day wore on and dusk appeared, and Pinc Louds Christmas lights went on into the night as they played, Chris Flash‘s 9/11 film appeared for film night, as some of those photos posted above tell a story. And Chris Flash’s Shows in Tompkins Square Park are having another concert September 26th—-COME ON DOWN!!! Bring your dancing shoes I guess. #blacklivesmatter