Back in London and a visit to the British Library

After nearly two months in Miami where I enjoyed my daughter and drove my air conditioned car to an air conditioned restaurant twice a day its nice to be back in London where walking and public transportation are my preferred means of getting around and my days are once again free to explore. Though the […]

Dumplings, DKA, The Morgan and more

HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR DAY IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER: These were amazing pork and chive dumplings form a chinese place at 118 Eldridge. Small, dirty, limited menu… delicious! Nari Ward: we the people at the New Museum It’s hard to tell but these are dresses. There were also head dresses. Im not going to go into […]

Library of the Performing Arts – Jerome Robbins Movie

This was one of those things I love. As I try to learn all about dance and the history and the major artists involved I am lucky to have found the Library of the Performing Arts.  There are weekly programs with guest speakers, and archival film, and even sing alongs.   Its possible I am […]

Cello players celebrate Jerome Robbins

Again a treat at the Library of the Performing Arts. After a tour upstairs we joined 175 other music/dance lovers for a special concert and film- the music,   Sujin Lee, Julian Schwarz, and Julian Langford, three brilliant cellists of The New York Classical players, perform Bach’s first, fifth, and sixth suites, before a screening of […]