Starring Glenn Close. And she is so believable. Great seats section right third row on the aisle. We can both stretch out our legs, sort of As we waited for the doors to open we met a couple from the UWS who recommended Arsnova 2ndstage Lincoln center third […]
100 St Marks Place Very good pork with gravy and mashed. The Brussels were good. But not to order again.
Hmmmmm. We went a few weeks ago to a Met Talk about this Opera so we would have familiarity. I loved the talk, more a history of the idea of making an opera about the old west than anything about making of the actual opera. So I was […]
What a disappointment. We were very much looking forward to that wonderful Steakhouse experience. And in some ways it was. The room was right, with high ceilings and a park top view. The menu was right, the feel was right. But , our server not only neglected to […]
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.