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Fwd: Ch13 -Thurs 27 10pm - The Healing Gardens of New York.

  • Subject: [cg] Fwd: Ch13 -Thurs 27 10pm - The Healing Gardens of New York.
  • From: Alexandra Isles isles@mindspring.com
  • Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2006 14:18:27 -0400

>> For gardeners in the New York area.



>> Broadcast
>>
>> THE HEALING GARDENS OF NEW YORK
>>
>> THURSDAY, JULY 27
>>
>> 10PM
>>
>> CHANNEL 13
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> WNET/Thirteen REEL NEW YORK series. Alert everyone so we can get a
>> fabulous ratings and more airings!
>>
>> Liz Smith review:
>>
>>
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>> June 23, 2006 DOCUMENTARY filmmaker Alexandra Isles has come up
>> with a new movie, so incredibly lovely that it gives a person hope
>> for the human race. She has filmed what she calls "The Healing
>> Gardens of New York," and you can see it on PBS come July 27. Who
>> knew that N.Y.C. is dotted with plots of deserted land from Harlem
>> to Rikers Island, from the Conservancy to the Labyrinth downtown,
>> and that all sorts of citizens, high and low (some actually still
>> incarcerated for crimes), have come to love and tend these
>> gardens. There is even a small garden in Times Square, lovingly
>> taken care of in the midst of car exhaust and noisy traffic. This
>> is an unusually tranquil film experience with wonderful music. It
>> will take your mind off a lot of nasty things. Don't miss it!."


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