Near the Guggenheim at 92 and Madison dinner was very good. We shared a Caesar Salad and Scallops and a dessert I brought in from Lady M. Beautiful but not worth it On the inside Paola’s is tall ceiling oak panel attentive waitstaff The ladies next to us […]
This movie is the reason I don’t like to know what the movie is about. So don’t read on if you plan to see it
Museum of Chinese in America
I do love an afternoon of ballet. Sandwiched in between Ballanchine SymphonicConcertante which was a half hour of twirling white tutus and Robbins Fancy Free was the premiere of Jessica Lang’s Garden Blue. Last week I was to a works and process where JL and her artistic Partner […]
What a walk. Today we have about 16,500 steps. The Connelly is tucked on 4th Street between Avenue A and Avenue B. Another little stage that you would never know is here. It’s possible that the bleachers (with real chairs) that we sat on fold up and reveal […]
Near the Metropolitan Museum of Art- I may have found my drop in for lunch place.
It’s like a little club. All the greeting and hugging and kissing. Not us. But the test of the crowd.
Before heading to the Guggenheim we grabbed a bite at Island. We thought it was fine. But.. the Caesar salad was too much vinegar. And not creamy enough. The Brussels were good as was the salmon. I liked the seafood skewer but should have asked to substitute a […]
It really and truly might just have been The goal was met. I got to The National Arts club and saw the exhibit. I made it to both sidewalks etched by Ken. But I did so much more and had so many unexpected delays…unexpected treats… unexpected rare happenings […]
But where will find the time? Matinees I suppose…. Stolen from the New York Times here are excerpts https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/10/theater/this-broadway-season-the-plays-really-the-thing.html?action=click&module=Editors%20Picks&pgtype=Homepage file broadway plays NYTimes 2018 season Lucas Hedges, Daniel Radcliffe, Mercedes Ruehl and Kerry Washington are already in previews; still to come are Annette Bening, Bryan […]