In the blogosphere, that is. I was reading up on the departure of the Moondance and I followed a link to his blog, Jeremiah's Vanishing New York a.k.a. the Book of Lamentations. In his profile, he describes himself as "Still hunkered down in the East Village, waiting for the wrecking ball of gentrification to find me. Until then, I'll write this ongoing obituary for my dying city."
Though this blog implies that I am a one-trick pony obsessed with saving Our Lady of Vilnius, I recognize that the endangerment of our church is one part of a larger, more insidious process: a process that threatens the city with the prospect of an impoverished environment of economic, aesthetic and possibly spiritual uniformity.I gravitated to Our Lady of Vilnius. I stuck to it like a magnet to steel. What will attract me when all these beloved places are gone? Check in with Brooks, Jeremiah and Bob to celebrate what lives and to mourn what is gone.