Vote Early and Often

— Al Capone

One thing that has been learned in SoHo from the BLM movement, regardless of social movements and world-changing cultural upheavals, is that you have to board up your storefronts if things get testy. Apparently, whether Republican or Democrat, glass windows are a constant. This is what democracy now looks like. From Broadway’s Wells Fargo Bank to West Broadway’s Coach store, the plywood is out and on again. In a slow rain it’s back to the drawing boards, literally.

As we all prepare, during a pandemic no less, for the “orderly transition” of power whether that be via a new administration or a good old fashioned purge, strap yourself in. A few SoHo hotels are still boarded up from the last round of mayhem, The James and The Dominick (former Trump SoHo) are all prepared for what may come.

Wells Farge Bank – Photo by D. Clark MacPherson
The James Hotel – Photo by D. Clark MacPherson
The James Hotel – Photo by D. Clark MacPherson
Coach – Photo by D. Clark MacPherson
West Broadway – Photo by D. Clark MacPherson
SoHo street art – Photo by D. Clark MacPherson

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