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  • on Mar 13, 2014
    It seems only fitting that there's a wind advisory today. The wind howls through the poorly sealed window and clanks the vent connected to my stove. I've about had enough of this weather. A three-day sliver of springtime, and you're tossed...
  • "As we will one day not be at all." -Joan DidionEvery fissure of the internet — social medias, list-sites that mask themselves with the news, credible news sources — has been deluged with the premature death of Philip Seymour Hoffman.Monday at the office, I sat at my desk that just so happens...
  • Seasonal Settling In
    on Jan 17, 2014 in brooklyn mag nyc seasons summer
    As the weather freezes us out of our dresses and into three layers of leggings, I can't help but reminisce about the warmer days. What a brilliant time I had in that first summer living in the city. Outdoor concerts, picnicking in Central P...
  • Music Video: "Morning Light" by The Dirty Guv'nahs
    on Jan 13, 2014 in music the dirty guvnahs
    The Badland crew has done it again.Remember the "Fairlane" music video (I may or may not have terribly thrown a football and stared dramatically at the camera)? Did you think it was fun? If there's any inkling of a yes, watch "Morning Light."Why watc...
  • Brown Cow's Back, Back Again.
    on Jan 9, 2014 in brown cow friends
    The Brown Cow* had its first reunion, and oh me, it was insane. So loud, so silly, so wonderful to be back in their presence. We sipped some bubbly, watched Bridesmaids (does this scene ever get old?) and caught up on all the missed happenings.It'...
  • The Dormant SpielNow, as I recall the carefully crafted spiel, the one I share when I'm asked why this blog has become dormant, I can’t come up with much. I haven't written on here since October 3rd, and the other posts within the past six months have been sparse a...
  • Sundays in the Park
    on Oct 3, 2013 in nyc
    There are Sundays that go by unnoticed, spent in bed ordering takeout from bed. There are Sundays that are transcendent, however, and this past Sunday was one of them. Mag in her spontaneous nature signed up for a half marathon out of the blue the we...
  • A Proper Tea Party
    on Sep 26, 2013 in canterbury tales England mag
    There's nothing as impeccably British and decadent than proper English tea. We had ourselves a real tea party, homemade scones and all, last month with Kezzy (our English houseguest that spent the summer working for Gap in NYC). I even brought ou...
  • Escaping to the Park
    on Sep 19, 2013 in nyc parks
    Lunchtime for me has been consisting of walking the nine blocks to Bryant Park to immerse myself in a book and soak in the shade of the trees. This little hiatus in the city takes me back to the Tuileries and the Paris.With the changing of weather he...
  • Faith in the Pace
    on Sep 17, 2013 in nyc
    My face is tired from smiling.Whether it was the gurgle of the radiator heating my crooked apartment for the first time or the crisp breeze blowing the fig trees in the backyard, I’m not quite sure. There’s something about today that makes me smi...
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