So I was getting birthday blues and missing the woman whose womb I came out of because she is visiting the home country to spend time with the woman whose womb SHE came out of. Long story short, yesterday while driving through parts of Brooklyn that smelled like flowers, sewage and ice cream trucks, I realized . . . → Read More: Birthday Post – All is Full of Love
Happy Summer 2011 pompers!!
In a previous post here, we fell in love with Meredith Kahns Black Label collection with gorgeous Victorian (with a darker feel) jewelry. In her new Fall 2011 collection, she collaborated with fashion designer Mandy Coon and the lovechild and main star shines in the form of a Beetle (that doesn’t tick of . . . → Read More: Made Her Think & Mandy Coon Collaboration
This past Sunday evening I had the pleasure of partaking in a memorable meal among old and new friends alike. At a candlelit table situated in a shaded residential garden terrace in the heart of the East Village, I dined on delectable vegan vittles, savoring the flavors, the company and the conversation. Not to mention the . . . → Read More: A Seat at the Table: Dinner with True Friends
New York, it’s about TIME!
There has been a lot of cause to celebrate lately. Let’s listen to something a little dated, but . . . → Read More: New York – I want to gay-marry you!
Been hearing this song as soon as the weather turned warm. Must be our . . . → Read More: Friday Music – 2011 Summer Jam – Pumped Up Kicks
Tonight I am going to see a play in… a cemetery! I am so excited! Green-wood Cemetery has been hosting the Spoon River Project, a play that takes place deep in the heart of Green-wood, where the old tombs stand.
You can still get tickets here. The website describes it like this: Imagine sitting . . . → Read More: What to do this Weekend!
Today is all about Nostalgia. Remember Polly Pockets? Mattel’s miniature line of girly-girl toys and accessories that came in necklaces, pocket-sized play pads for your pinky sized barbie, and even rings!
New York’s new toy craze is actually from Japan. I couldn’t help but feel nostalgic and couldn’t stop myself from the oohs and aahs and especially . . . → Read More: SouZou Creations