Tag Archives: New York City Police Department

Sergeant Yorkie

I’m coming out of Whole Foods a little after 7 a.m. to find a miniature Yorkie in an army fatigue hoodie (only on the upper east side), tied up at the curb. This dog is so small, he’d fit in … Continue reading

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Cops And Robbers

I was in line at the bank with a policeman at the teller window while his partner stood behind a woman behind me. I offered him my place in line.  “No, no,” he said, “I can wait.” “Yeah, but your … Continue reading

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More Breadtime Stories

I was stretching in front of the Guggenheim Museum when I notice a bakery truck, double-parked, while watching the driver and two cops verbally duke it out. Naturally I put that leaf in my ear to effectively eavesdrop in order … Continue reading

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Alarmed At 3 A.M.

I get up early, but 3 o’clock is even a bit too soon for me, especially during this Arctic weather we’re having since my heat barely comes up before 7. The last thing you want is to have to get … Continue reading

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Tortoise Crossing

Never a dull moment in Central Park. I was tooling around 110th Street, surprised to see a pileup of bikers and runners halted at the crest of Harlem Hill. Uh-oh, I thought, was it an accident? Did someone wipe out … Continue reading

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