Thursday, August 22, 2002


The Hoboken Terminal--a Beaux Arts gem which houses both ferries and trains--is very movie set-able. Scorsese used the entrance in "The Age of Innocence," and now someone has reinvented the same place as New York bus station, teeming with old buses The buses were pretty funky looking, some at least 30 years old, maybe older--some looked like they'd come straight out of a "Honeymooners" episode. Couldn't figure out if if was a Film or a just a video...from the number of people waiting, eating, chatting, it looked like a big budget something. Good.


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