Nice neighborhood Italian just not in our neighborhood. The chocolate cake was just all about chocolate. The branding was served on a yummy bed of spinach. The broccoli rabe was good and the Caesar was weak No flavor in the dressing but huge scrapes of cheese that overtook […]


We searched this place out because we both had a memory of ha omg been here. A long narrow old time French restaurant where we had shared lunch with a lovely man seated alone next to us Last time we had a croque. Tonight we are looking at […]

Gallim dance at the Joyce

Awful, terrible, non sensical, pointless, unpleasant. I can’t exactly come up with a word to describe this hour. Un-understandable? Often I don’t understand the dance our the point. This evening I could tell we were at creation. What with the single celled organisms writhing across the floor – […]

Hurricane Diane at NYTW

NYTW has yet to disappoint. Hurricane Diane was brilliant. Set in the identical Kitchens of the three main characters I was at home and familiar with the scene. And blown away by the story. Diane, a play on the god of nature arrives at the cul de sac […]

La Bergamote

I have a new policy that I want to make a reservation for dinner, no matter where, ahead of time so that on the day of I am not searching for a place to go at the last minute. So I booked us into La Bergamote before a […]


An overwhelming documentary about the British fighting in WWI. The filmmaker voiced over original film from the Imperial War Museum archives What a great job. At times I felt I was there, or was heartbroken that these little boys where there. For old men’s insecurities and irrational fears. […]