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The Village Sun Seen

Some of what you can see on the streets, in the stores and in the park…: the new anti-Trump tome; remembering a cyclist whose life was tragically cut short; get yer masks here; meditating on Tompkins Square disco dance party nights under the Hare Krishna Tree.

A new tell-all book on Donald Trump by his psychologist niece Mary Trump is front and center when people walk into the Barnes & Noble bookstore on 17th St. on Union Square North. (Photo by The Village Sun)
It was a little more than one year ago that cyclist Robyn Hightman, 20, was killed by a truck in Chelsea on Sixth Ave. at 23rd St. A white “ghost bike” memorial to Hightman was recently freshened with new flowers. (Photo by The Village Sun)
Robyn Hightman was a passionate cyclist who loved to ride. (Photo by The Village Sun)
If you’re in need of a face mask — or hand sanitizer — try the vendor at the northwest corner of 23rd St. and Sixth Ave. (Photo by The Village Sun)
No shortage of stylish masks to choose from at this vendor’s table. (Photo by The Village Sun)
If you go the Tompkins Square Park oval at the right time you might find a disco dance party under the Hare Krishna Tree. Yes, it’s sort of a largish gathering, but at least it’s outdoors. (Photo by The Village Sun).
A light board at the Tompkins dance party. (Photo by The Village Sun)
A different night at the Tompkins disco, complete with strobe lights flashing onto the Hare Krishna Tree. (Photo by The Village Sun)
Anti-racism sidewalk graffiti on Avenue A. (Photo by The Village Sun)
If only this goose could talk. … Outside Niagara Bar, at Seventh St. and Avenue A. (Photo by The Village Sun)

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