This week Gloria departs from Paris and visits her hometown of New York City.
What to do in NYC with out of town guests? How about if you’re stuck entertaining teenagers? Readers, fear not. We have some ideas for you.
When the Korean-style chicken wings arrive I suddenly became self-conscience in front of my friend Greta. One never eats with their hands in France.
The announced closing of the last Tad’s Steak House in Manhattan slams shut the door for good on my New York childhood.
Currently, an exhibition titled GLENN O’BRIEN: CENTER STAGE, opened at the OFF-PARADISE PROJECT SPACE in lower Manhattan.
I can’t sleep, thinking of him. He was always so vulnerable. His final decade was, finally, happy.
*** NOVEL: Arthur & George AUTHOR: Julian Barnes YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2005 REVIEW: *** I’ve read a few other books by Julian Barnes–Flaubert’s Parrot and A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters, both considered classics, as well as Talking it Over (and its sequel, Love, etc). There are certain commonalities in Barnes’ work: … Continue reading On Our Bookshelves – Arthur & George
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