Mr. J’s Evening Stroll

On a quiet Tuesday evening Karl, with cam, takes a walk along Hicks Street and down to DUMBO, along the way admiring the Halloween window decorations at Perfect Paws, UVA’s artistic construction at the Tobacco Warehouse, and the crowd lined up for Karen O’s “psycho opera” Stop the Virgens at St. Ann’s Warehouse. Video after the jump.

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  • Karl Junkersfeld

    “not closed off to all but maybe a thousand theater-goers a year.”

    A Neighbor

    The above quote was an inaccurate depiction of St.Ann’s Warehouse annual attendance taken from my prior video post. I didn’t take a tally, but quite possibly, the attendance for this one evening surpassed that thousand mark. The fact of the matter is, St. Ann’s relocation is a terrible blow to many of us who have supported it through the years.

  • Karl Junkersfeld

    I took a second to look through some of my archives and found another event at St. Ann’s Warehouse that was so populated that entry wasn’t permitted unless someone left the concert. This event was easily over 1000 patrons.

    St. Ann’s Warehouse, I love you.

  • Matthew Parker

    Check out the Tobacco Warehouse cube sculpture at night. Just got back after parking the car and it’s far out groovy psychedelic amazing!

  • Karl Junkersfeld


    I agree, it has that psychedelic effect going for it. I’m sending in a video of the experience. Hope you enjoy.

  • Maestro

    Who was the source of the quote about Karen O’s show?

  • Karl Junkersfeld

    “A Neighbor” was the source

  • Maestro

    I see. It sounds like a media quote. Misleading.