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Sean Silleck

San Silleck is a writer living in Brooklyn.

Al the Barber: the Luckiest Man in Williamsburg

Step into Al Criscillo’s barber shop on Metropolitan Avenue, across the street from the White Castle, and the feeling you’ve entered a time warp is overwhelming.

Henry Miller SLEPT HERE

Henry Miller loved to write about how much he hated New York, but all his life he remained nostalgic for the youth he spent in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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