You recognize this artist, right? Born in 1958, but AIDS took him in 1990. Take a good look at the video.This huge Keith Haring piece hanging in New York City at MOMA is actually just two gigantic pieces of paper. Fascinating, really, the many ways artists conceptualize a piece.Don't you wonder how . . .
This vibrant Debra Hurd painting available here Even before the sun rises discordant beeps of car horns and the grinding gears of trucks delivering morning fare signal the start of a new day.Sidewalks populate with workers, first just a few and then more, followed by shorts-wearing tourists until . . .
Seated in front of me at the play, Clybourne Park Really? To the theatre?It was unfortunate that this woman decided to wear her ruffly hair decor to the theatre in NYC the other day and even more unfortunate that she was seated directly in front of me.I considered asking her to remove it, until I . . .
We were lucky enough to get great seats for the new-to-Broadway musical, Once, that won eight Tonys and deserved every one of them.It was a spellbinding two hours with beautiful and bittersweet music that moved me to tears and movement/dance that integrated seamlessly into unusual staging.Even M, . . .
So, we were at MOMA in New York City yesterday and saw a fascinating sculpture. The video homes in on two specific features of the sculpture.Do you know what they are? If so, please comment below.(Gotta love modern art.) . . .
How many other cities in the world have streets named in fractions? New York City is captivating, an exhilarating blend of cacophony, dirt, art, energy, culture, color, terror, intrigue and in-your-face all the the time. We didn't want to leave, even when it was time to go. So here's . . .
Nights in Time Square are crazy and last night was no exception. Skywatch tower I was startled --and then comforted-- to see an NYPD skywatch tower, from which cops were keeping an eye on the very dense crowd below them. That, and the security cameras I saw everywhere seem like a gargantuan . . .
It was partly cloudy, yesterday, but still humid enough to curl hair that was straight when I walked out the front door into the cacophony that is midtown New York City.There's nothing like it. All senses are engaged when roming--ahem, I mean ROAMING--the streets of New York City. It's easy to . . .
Off this morning for New York City because it's that time again: BlogHer '12 starts Thursday and my extra suitcase space is just waiting for all that swag! And as usual, I'll blog some of the interesting sights during the conference.Martha Stewart and Katie Couric are keynoting, but in BlogHer . . .
Yes, there's a giveaway buried in this post! A good one, too! "What foods these morsels be!" Love the box slogan that's been there forever. There are a few iconic things that belong only to Rochester. If you meet a Rochesterian, he or she will absolutely know what they are. Like Donuts . . .