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To understand me you have to meet me
Michael Jackson was part of that tremendous wave in the ocean of human expression and it happened to be located first and foremost in Gary, Indiana, working class.
I grew up in Manhattan on the Upper East Side.
New York City, city of exaggerations. Place of Herculean ascensions and perilous falls.
I grew up in the Lower East Side of New York.
I signed up for the musical Tommy in the West End, where I met my husband.
Between 7th and 8th Streets, and then the location of the
Philadelphia, wonderful town, spent a week there one night
I was in Africa in a diamond mine.
Merchant's Ware, the city most people thought of as the real city. Normally its narrow streets were crowded with stalls, and people from all over the Carpet. They'd each be trying to cheat one another in that open-and-aboveboard way known as doing business.
New York is the meeting place of the peoples, the only city where you can hardly find a typical American.
Gigantic, willful, young, Chicago sitteth at the northwest gates.
I saw you there, I met you then, I liked you then but now I love you
New York City. Once it got into your blood, you could never get it out again.
I recently attended a pro-drug rally ... in my basement.
Now you're in a meeting.
London, dirty little pool of life
I live not too far from it in New York City.
the basement. Katz
Hollywood - an emotional Detroit.
places, and incidents
I was hanging out with Jonathan Richman last night.
I was lucky enough to see the Beatles play live.
Brooklyn, New York, and
I did not like formal meetings, because they took away my freedom. I just liked to spend time with my friends, where I could be myself and did not need to don a mask.
At Shea Stadium, I saw the top of the mountain.
Anywhere in town, kept to themselves, a predilection
Our Lady of Cheribim Chit-Chat.
Greenwich Village ... the village of low rents and high arts.
Meetings bore me.
Meet me in Montauk...
There I met Gordon Jackson and Dave Meredith who were playing in local bands.
Toronto Sydney New Delhi
neighborhood, the place I left each
New York had pushed and bent and bullied, driving me underground to sort out the madness and sculpt my Being with my own hands in self-discovery on its cold pottery wheel and in the white heat of its kiln. The City enabled me to learn who I really was, as a pixelated man and member of Humanity.
All through the nineties I met people. Crowds of people. Met and met and met, until it seemed that people were born and hastily grew up, just to be met.
Manhattan crowds, with their turbulent musical chorus! Manhattan faces and eyes forever for me.
I was in Philadelphia - a very angry town, Philadelphia. I've never seen a town like this. It's supposed to be the City of Brotherly Love - like when my brother was 12 and I was nine, and he would lean on my shoulder and dangle spit in my face.
I grew up in New York, and for the first ten years of my life, we lived across from the Metropolitan Museum. When I was an adult, I moved back to that neighborhood and lived there again.
Hollywood ... a city I was to come back to time and again, in sickness and in health, in success and in failure, with anticipation and with dread.
cousin and I walked around that
I'm world-famous in West Bromwich.
I spent a week there one afternoon.
I studied law at Warwick University, then philosophy at Oxford. I met my wife Leah there. She is American, so I followed her to New York.
I'm a New York girl. I come out of New York theater.
New York is the place that made my and other artists' dreams come true by giving us a chance to realise our ideas and concepts. It was a great place for making a presentation of artistic creation.
The great white city of brotherhood, Washington ...
I BURST THROUGH my office building's entrance, cursing the subway
In lower Manhattan there is an improbable point where Waverly Place intersects Waverly Place. It was there that I met Veronica, on a snowy, windy night.
New York is who I am.
to meet, despite the time, the place, and despite the circumstances.
I used to go to school in Manhattan with a bunch of the City Kids.
Mykonos, which probably meant it was time for them to get
go-go hall on my way home from school.
It wasn't that I ever knew I'd be at the Met for 20 years, or 30 years, or 40 years, or anything like that.
meeting ever called, practically ran the PTSA,
I was lusted after walking down the streets of New York.
You have access to the Tent Of Meeting.
I decided I was going to go to Wall Street, and I was introduced to some people ... I met a guy who knew a bond trader at Pressprich, and he got me to meet him and the guy that ran their sales department, Jack Collin.
NEW MILFORD, CONNECTICUT
I went to the Paradise Restaurant on 49th Street and Broadway which was where they were playing, and I sat in.
I just hate meetings.
I went to see 'Listen to My Heart: The Songs of David Friedman.' I have been a fan of his music for years, and I was invited to opening night because I know one of the producers.
This is not mere sentimentality. The triumph of twentieth-century metropolitan life is, in a real sense, the triumph of one image over the other: the dark ritual of deadly epidemics replaced by the convivial exchanges of strangers from different backgrounds sharing ideas on the sidewalk.
On the balcony of our small flat in a city of small flats.
Of all American cities of whatever size the most friendly on preliminary inspection, and on further acquaintance the most likable. The happiest-hearted, the gayest, the most care-free city on this continent.
I slipped the envelope into it, there in the wide lower corridor of the Arts Building with people passing me on the way to classes, on the way to have a smoke and maybe a game of bridge in the Common Room. On their way to deeds they didn't know they had in them.
But if I had to choose a single destination where I'd be held captive for the rest of my time in New York, I'd choose the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
New York is a fabled city, a fabulous city.
My studio was on 9th Street between University and Broadway.
I don't like to be pigeonholed, and I really like that people never really know what's going on with Metllica.
I am a New Yorker.
Overseas, church, Vatican You at a stand still mannequin
New York - that unnatural city where every one is an exile, none more so than the American
Wherever I go, I meet myself.
I was possessed by London.
born in Newark... educated in Trenton... enlightened in LA...experienced in Brooklyn...actualization in Houston...manifestation in Ft. Myers
When I lived in Los Angeles, I used to live in the Hollywood Hills, behind Grauman's Theater, and I'd always hit the matinees.
I met her in a club down in North Soho, where you drink champagne and it tastes just like Coca-Cola.
Any man in Hollywood will meet me if I want that. No, make that any man anywhere.
I'm a creature of the New York City streets.
I represent where them killers at 145th and Broadway you get your head cracked
At Bloomington, Indiana, I was invited to listen to music written in quarter tones for four harps and voices. I had to go out to be sick.
I fell in love with New York. It was like every human being, like any relationship. When I was a young New Yorker, it was one city. When I was a grown man, it was another city. I worked with many dance organizations and many wonderful people.
It was just a typical London flat, but it was in a great neighborhood. It was across from the Playboy Club, diagonally. From one balcony you could read the time from Big Ben, and from the other balcony you could watch the bunnies go up and down.
I went to Carnegie Mellon.
It was the basilica of gossip, the Vatican of inside dope.
Warren Street was at the high end of the New Romantic scene. They were mostly college art students and people who knew top designers.
Matt Bomer and I went to Carnegie Mellon for drama together.
Weekdays, New York City's financial district bustles with activity. Its streets are rivers of rushing humanity, its air is thick with the sounds of traffic.
Where the underworld can meet the elite, Forty-Second Street.
1939 New York World's Fair,
New York, forever the port of em- and de-barkation en route to Adventure.
I went to the London Academy Of Music and Dramatic Art and returned to New York where I started my career.
I'm from New York.
New York is a city of conversations overheard, of people at the next restaurant table (micrometers away) checking your watch, of people reading the stories in your newspaper on the subway train.
in Staten Island. It
42nd Street with its quarter mile of marquees offering porn of all types, colors, sizes, and flavors.
I met Taylor Lautner and Jonah Hill at the 'Today Show.' That was pretty cool.