We went back to the Queens Museum yesterday to check out the fully installed exhibit. Interesting how after bit of reading and a few visits things become clear. Interesting how when I last was there and discussed the exhibit with Mr. Chin’s assistant no one mentioned that it […]
Yeah? No. Really. Why. I was so not at all interested in a single thing.. this was art designed to be shown for no reason other than to make those of us looking feel inadequate because we dont find it interesting. But on the way home we saw […]
And the scallion toast. Nan Xiang Xiang Long Bao, in flushing claims to be a Michelin recommended dim sum establishment. We had a pan fried, a steamed dumpling and crispy noodles with beef. Surprise I loved two out of three, the veggie, not so much.
while reading about Zoe Leonard I saw a little blurb about Paul Bonet… I want to see his show and learn a little more… So I went to search a bit on google… bookbinder at the Galerie Buchholtz on 82nd Street a block form the Met… and at […]
Im not sure if you can see the detail in this gaurdrail that stopped me in my tracks on my way home today. If you look closely you will see a small frog in the bottom left… How wonderful, don’t you […]
I find it interesting that until now I didn’t see the exhibits at the Met in a yearly or annual was. The Met Gala and the costume exhibit, the Roof top… both of which I saw today. We went for the Costumes but it was so terribly crowded […]
I saw this article this morning, printed it out and started making my plans. I think I will add a photo every time I see one.. I have seen the wind at the entrance to Central Park… today I may go see a dog holding a taxi… or […]
La Mangeoire – passable, pretty, we sat outside. The Haricot were seasoned well, the chicken gravy nice but plain, tho not as plain as the chicken. And yet, I liked being there. The mousse was lovely, with a creme anglaise that made it worthwhile. Just down 2nd Ave at […]