Monthly Archives: July 2011

La Cueca

This bit of experimental theater by Andrea Goldman, staged in a (real) basement made to (imitate) a subterranean shelter or (perhaps) prison with (imitation) Pinochet army guards for ushers gave a (real) feel for oppression both politically and within bad personal relationships.

My Bag

been working on my bag a little lately. Got some practice on (hopefully) amusing embroidery. What else does it need?

Wei’s Rat (Lynn) & Wei’s Dog (Rob)

now, sadly, gone from in front of the Plaza

“Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”

. . . . in Bryant Park with a whole bunch of other New Yorkers.

Did you know . . .

. . . the Chrysler Building has gargoyles?

The top of the Flatiron Building . . .

. . . as viewed from Eataly’s 16th floor Beer Garden, “Birreria”.

Appreared on 7th @ 23rd

. . . no, I don’t know what it is, either.

4 July Kitchen Diary

A pre-fireworks Hudson River Park picnic of roast chicken w/ chili oil, garlic and preserved lemon, red cabbage slaw and watermelon. Yayy!

Ai Wei Wei’s “Zodiac Heads”

at The Plaza with a nice 4th of July backdrop

Dripping Mickey

at el Museo del Barrio’s Bienal