With a few days left in the States before I go abroad again, my old college friend took me on a road trip through Long Island. We drove from Stony Brook to Montauk, the easternmost point of the island.
Our first stop was a quick pullover at the Memory Motel because I had done some research earlier in the week and found out that back in 1975-76, the Rolling Stones had rented out Eothen, Andy Warhol’s five-house compound to work on their 13th album, Black and Blue and would sometimes hang out at the bar of the motel. Apparently, read more >>>
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