The Overnightscape #686 (Wedenesday, February 27, 2008 / 57:00 / 26.3 MB / – Tonight’s subjects include: Analysis of “breezeways”, the streets of New York City, 42nd Street, Starbucks closing nationwide for a few hours for employee training, phases in life, coffee, americano, Times Square, police horses, riots, “Horton Hears A Who” movie, Dr. Seuss, MTV Store, 45th Street, sign on Starbucks door, remembering Chantico, drizzling, weather, The Sharper Image going bankrupt, air filters, zipping up the jacket, forklift, Jack’s World, cheap products, model train / hobby stores, music stores, chess stores, store clusters, banks, 5th Avenue, solar parking machine, Japanese bookstore at Rockefeller Center shut down, another Japanese bookstore (Asahiya), vague grid of Manhattan, avenues, Roosevelt Hotel, funny doorman hats, Vanderbilt Avenue, a Chinatown breezeway, taxi graphics, light blue and brown color scheme, lunchtime, loading dock, umbrella, Cafe Bistro, pasta balls, Howard Stern, zipping again, strange elastic strap, Petland Discounts TV commercials, new bus shelter, “Bain de Soleil” correction, the font “Choc”, appetizers, income tax, ATM solo vestibule, cafe, Ad Council, Dunkin Donuts, 100th anniversary of the PATH trains, “Mongolian Seating Area”, massive fields of shipping containers, stopping, PATH cartoon character “Bad Bill”, Brother Theodore movie, Dick Cavett, scaffolding, quick release, and the upcoming “live” Overnightscape for the 5th Anniversary of the show on March 27 at the NYC podcast meetup. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (

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