Since I was 15 years old, I have wanted to see California. A couple of decades later, I am flying back east after my first vacation to the Golden State. My husband and I spent about three days in the San Diego area. For the most part, it’s fantastic. Of course, there are reminders ofContinue reading “San Diego by Foot”
Text by K. Cecchini It’s been 12 years since the US invasion. “For Iraqis,” Vivian Salama reported last month for the Associated Press, “the various conflicts feel like one long war…”. And, for Americans? Iraq looks like the sum of ISIS, Saddam Hussein and weapons of mass destruction that the United Nations never found. But, SalamaContinue reading “Iraq: The Sum of War & Peace”
Text & photos by K. Cecchini Locked out, but not to worry. We reached through the bars with our iPhones to grab pics of Harif Guzman’s art at the Asbury Park Carousel House. The shadows? Three of my favorite girls; happy birthday, T!
Tonight at Dawn just reached its 1st year anniversary and 200th article on Sunday (2.22: “Tonight at Noon“). To celebrate, we are presenting our largest (& favorite) milestones from the last 365 days. Thanks for taking the ride and stay with us as we evolve! Tonight at Dawn: Favorite Posts by the Month 2014 February: TaD’sContinue reading “365 Dawns”
Check it out! K. Cecchini’s article on Langstrasse: Zürich’s Red District is available now at Millennium Magazine . Download the magazine to see the full 10-page photo spread.
YOUR input here. By prose or by verse, please write a caption for our newest Shutter INK photo. (Photo: K. Cecchini)
Text by K. Cecchini Ringing in the new year naturally is bogged down with great expectations for the eve -and, not to mention, the 365 days to follow. New Years Around New York If you haven’t completely tired or given up on the grand spectacle of New Years in New York, then wherever you are inContinue reading “New Years, New York”
Text & Photos by K. Cecchini @tonightatdawn From the foreign perspective, Switzerland is synonymous with the Alps. If in Zürich and can’t make the trek all way out to touch its great peaks, you need to seek out bucket list-worthy local views. Nearby Uteilberg Mountain and the city of Lucerne seem to be the nextContinue reading “2nd Class to Paradise”
Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini @tonightatdawn “HOW DOES ONE ACHIEVE ETERNAL BLISS? BY SAYING DADA. HOW DOES ONE BECOME FAMOUS? BY SAYING DADA. WITH NOBLE GESTURE AND DELICATE DECENCY. TILL ONE GOES CRAZY. TILL ONE LOSES CONSCIOUSNESS.” -Hugo Ball, founder of the Cabaret Voltaire in the original Dada manifesto DADA DA-DA dada Right now,Continue reading “Art & DADA in Zürich & YADA Yada Yada”
Text & Photos by K. Cecchini @tonightatdawn The DUMBO art festival at night never fails to be a playground of vivid lights so it seems appropriate to share a series of images from last Friday night in Brooklyn. Please visit Tonight at Dawn in a couple of days for an interview with one of theContinue reading “DUMBO Art Fest: A Playground of Light”