So you found a straight-forward turkey recipe and even managed to remove the bird without suffering second-degree burns. But now you’re faced with the hefty challenge of divvying up this giant piece of poultry while being observed closely by hungry guests. But fear not, it doesn’t have to be a logistical nightmare! The Washington Post’s deputy […]
Just in time for Thanksgiving comes this week’s Theater Loop Showcase video: Kelly O’Sullivan and Sadieh Rifai in “The Humans,” a new play by Pulitzer Prize-finalist Stephen Karam at American Theater Company.
“Four," the group’s fourth album, outsold Ms. Swift's “1989,” which had reigned for three weeks at the top of Billboard's chart.
The Noguchi Museum in NYC’s Long Island City announced today plans to honor designer Jasper Morrison and architect Yoshio Taniguchi with its Isamu Noguchi award. The honor was created earlier this year to recognize “like-minded spirits...Show More Summary
Imagine a creepier version of Lake Wobegon — perhaps one designed by Harold Pinter. That gives you some idea of the claustrophobic but ultimately uninvolving world of Mary Hamilton's "We Three," now at the Side Project under Josh Sobel's direction.
Seldom has a coffee table so earned its moniker as in Scott T. Barsotti's "Jet Black Chevrolet" at the Side Project. The table in question — the banged-up centerpiece of the seen-better-days living room of Catherine and Sam Curie — overflows with coffee mugs surrounding a coffee...
So it’s Wednesday and I keep forgetting because I’m off for the holiday. I’ve been running around feeling like it’s Saturday all day. Since I’m off, I am finally sitting down to start my next project, She’s Got A Way, another Wishful novella following Liam Montgomery and Riley Gower (both of whom we meet briefly in […]
I'm sure some of you have probably seen the often quoted 10 Golden Rules for Every Busy Woman. I don't have a clue who wrote them as I've never seen an author acknowledged. I thought I'd have a go... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
It’s Wednesday night at 11:39pm (change to: 12:38 am on Thursday as I go back to the top of the page to edit), and my month as a Harriet blogger is threatening to end very soon. It’s funny, I’ve known for months and months that I would be the “featured blogger” for Harriet for the [...]
The conference (ridiculously interesting and accompanied by an exhibition i wish i could see all over again but more about all that next week) looked at how practitioners redefine the documentary genre in the digital age. In his presentation,...Show More Summary
Yo clubbers,Just wanted to let you know I am stepping down as the Clay Club organizer. Just getting tired. (6 years in the latest incarnation).I don't have anything planned for Dec or 2015 so seems like a good time.If anyone wants to keep the ball rolling....I can pass on the email list. Let me know if you want to do it.I will continue to do the blog until I get tired of that...
Morning show wars, late-night wars…and yes, Thanksgiving Day Parade wars. Just like everything else on TV, you have several options when it comes to where you tune in and what to see beyond the giant balloons and floats. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (NBC) When: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., ET Where: New York City Hosts: Matt […]
A largely humorous list of things to be grateful for as a writer. Column by Robbie Blair Thanksgiving approaches, and it's time to give thanks. As writers, we have a unique set of items to be thankful for. Having trouble finding that...Show More Summary
A letter from Albert Camus to Jean-Paul Sartre surfaces, one apparently written in 1951 before they clashed.
Long brushed off as a horrendous excuse for a film, Paul Verhoeven and Joe Eszterhas’s epic flop Showgirls may have more than meets the eye. Or, at least, its vulgar superficiality may be worth critical re-evaluation
Just came across this article over at Lightstalking.com […] The post Lightroom Tweaks for Landscape Photographers appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
On this episode of The Observatory, Michael Bierut and Jessica Helfand discuss the midterm election and currency design.
I’ve heard from many of my readers who love receiving my email notifications of spectacular deals on design resources. You guys can’t seem to get enough fonts, so you might be particularly interested in this latest collection from Design Cuts. Show More Summary
Despite the emergence of the mirrorless class, the market is still dominated by conventional DSLRs. Large sensors, optical viewfinders, and sizable grips make them comfortable choices for many aspiring photographers. We cover seven consumer and mid-level models in this roundup. Find out which we recommend. Read more
Those balletomanes who have never quite recovered from Peter Boal’s retirement, 10 years ago, as a principal dancer at New York City Ballet, can throw off the mourning garb. Mr. Boal, who left to become the artistic director of Pacific...Show More Summary