Monthly Archives: April 2007
Last time I was in Asia (three years ago), Bella and I got to see lots of contemporary art in Seoul and Tokyo, but consistently got lost trying to find galleries in Bangkok. This time I was armed with a … Continue reading
Another article in today’s NYTimes – this time exploring the regular use of melamine (a coal by-product) in China to fake-boost protein content in pet foods. Now it seems that up to 16,000 pets in the U.S. may have fallen … Continue reading
I used to really love getting mix tapes (and CD’s) from friends. Today’s equivalent of a mix tape is a playlist. My honey made me a playlist to listen to while I was away from him. Just ten songs long … Continue reading
The sprawl and density of this market is difficult to capture in images or words; but the Time Out Guide states that over a quarter of a million people visit the 8,000 stalls every weekend. Now that’s a market. Open … Continue reading
This a show I would like to see: “Gego, Between Transparency and the Invisible” at the Drawing Center at 35 Wooster Street in Soho. Read Holland Cotter’s article about it in the NYTimes here.
Oh boy, this noodle stand (with the yellow sign) makes incredibly delicious noodle soup. The little girl in the green shirt served us. As soon as Joss ordered, the stand owner whipped out another folding metal table and two small … Continue reading
Yesterday was a day filled with ideas and putting them into production, I think, because I met a man who makes a living doing just that (and then selling the products). Before going to Chinatown, my friend Mook took me … Continue reading
No baby yet and things are peaceful and calm. The sky is completely overcast, tempering the sweltering blaze of earlier this week. Slept in and now just finishing a brownie and a coconut yogurt for breakfast. The yogurt is creamy … Continue reading
Giselle seems to be doing very well. See, all girls like to feel protected.