Now this is a classic Christmas tree.

Check out the wonderful Christmas tree at the home of my friend and colleague, Jim Kempster. Each year, he and his partner Bob Loncar, outdo themselves in decorating their West Village apartment. Enjoy the photos, and Merry Christmas!

The bookcase bower of wirewrap ornaments from the 1910s to the 1930s, and tin and led reflectors from the 1800s. ALL PHOTOS: By Jim Kempster
The bookcase bower of wirewrap ornaments from the 1910s to the 1930s, and tin and led reflectors from the 1800s. ALL PHOTOS: By Jim Kempster
The main Christmas tree is loaded with ornaments from all eras, 1800s to the 1950s: kugels, glass figurals and beads, paper cutouts, oil candles, clip-ons, and a sunburst star on top.
The main Christmas tree is loaded with ornaments from all eras, 1800s to the 1950s: kugels, glass figurals and beads, paper cutouts, oil candles, clip-ons, and a sunburst star on top.
Detail of ornaments on the Christmas tree.
Detail of ornaments on the Christmas tree.
Cool and just a touch creepy!
Cool and just a touch creepy!

Outernational at Entwine

New York City revolutionary rockers, Outernational, played an intimate acoustic set at Entwine, which the New York Times says “… has becomes an unlikely place to spot celebrities and listen to musicians like Courtney Love and Joseph Arthur try out new material.”

Photos by me.

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