Monthly Archives: January 2007
As we were watching the (brilliant) South Park episode with the Super Adventure Club (the Return of Chef), crazy Zion had a super adventure of her own. Recall this picture: We have occassionally been letting the cats out to the … Continue reading
From the Economist’s City Guide: Make it tidy Little India, one of Singapore’s more colourful districts, will soon get a makeover, courtesy of the government. Mah Bow Tan, the minister for national development, announced on January 6th that a new … Continue reading
I really haven’t had the time to share a glimpse of life in Brooklyn, other than saying I (heart) Brooklyn. But I’ve found some down-time tonight (down-time as in I should really be studying but I’m at the computer…same same), … Continue reading
We went to check out Doug Aitkens ‘Sleepwalkers‘ display at the MOMA on Thursday. It was stunning. In the cold, foggy night, the clarity of the video projected against the HUGE side of the building was amazing. With the city … Continue reading
…is an EXCELLENT movie. Go watch!!!
I’ve been eating in so many different places in the past 3 weeks since I moved here. NYC is the restaurant capital in the world, for sure. The good and bad thing about moving to a new city (especially one … Continue reading
It’s 19F or -7 degrees celcius outside right now and I’m toasty in the cold because of this wonderful thing called THERMAL UNDERWEAR. I don’t know why it took me this long to discover THERMAL UNDERWEAR but it’s the best … Continue reading
My father-in-law emailed me this link: a scientific study on the effects of drugs alcohol on spider’s webs.
Ah, the novelty of it all kills me! NYC rocks! We headed out last night with some family friends from Singapore that were in town to dinner at Cacio e Pepe, excellent Roman food. Then we walked to Union Square … Continue reading