Mel Chin at The Queens Museum

Im still not sure what this Mel Chin is all about.  If you see an earlier post you will know that I have been watching the setup for this exhibit.  And Im amazed that after speaking to the artists rep who was actually doing the installation I come […]

NYCB

Below Is the program from last night.  We were in a fabulous spot Orchestra A6 & 8, and were joined by two short ladies on either side after intermission. The first piece, Opus 19 was just the sort of Dance I like. I could have done without Glass […]

Atlantic Grill

Before NYCB at Lincoln center it isn’t easy to find a table.  We were rushed with a 6:15 reservation at the Atlantic Grill on 64th just off Broadway, a fabulously close location, because it took close to an hour to get the food on the table. But it […]

Coppenhagen Bakery for Brownies

and Brasserie Cassis in Plainview for a Croque Madame Lunch. Google pointed me to Edible Long Island and the page for a walnut filled chocolate brownie.  The description sold me so off we go to Copenhagen Bakery to find out for ourselves. after an hour and a half […]

Grolier Club

What is this you might ask… I’m about to find out… I’m with my dad and after an hour looking for the wrong name we finally narrowed down the google search to groups interested in collecting books and book binding. Off we go! Ahhhh. It’s not for everyone, […]

Forager’s Table

And my new favorite Chocolate Bar. Tonight we had tickets to see Parson’s Dance Co. at the Joyce.  We had 5:45 dinner reservations at Forager’s table just a few blocks away.  It was a busy and happy evening. To begin with you canister the restaurant through a small […]

Parson’s Dance at the Joyce

Praised by The New York Times for its “athletic, industrious, enthusiastic” dancers, Parsons Dance performs Microburst, a world premiere by David Parsons created in collaboration with tabla player Avirodh Sharma, who performs live,  The drummer.. making sounds that are hard to fathom. and the company premiere of Trey […]