An interesting article from the Washington Post on a new way to view a long life and its stages.
We found Cafe D’Alsace on a google search for a croquet madam. On 2nd Ave at about 88th Street we had a freezing cold walk up. We weren’t certain we would get a table having called ahead and being told there were no tables nor do they take reservations. When we arrived half the tables […]
no soup dumplings until after 5 pm So we got finger bao along with scallion pancake with beef and string beans. The beans were great. The pancakes good. The dumplings flavorless We spent most of lunch picking places where we can hopefully grab a baguette
Today I am off to the metropolitan museum to see a few paintings by Pierre Bonnard. This all came about as I started planning my trip to London next week. I searched around on the ArtFund.org website for anything happening and stumbled on this that will be leaving The Tate before I return in May […]
Had a lovely breakfast with Kate and her mom. A tiny French brunch in the west village
The Story of Broke. I just found this and want to watch it.