New York art aficionados are currently being spoiled with two once-in-a-lifetime exhibitions of old master drawings*, as both the Met and the Morgan have shows on display. Despite drawings not being entirely my thing, I went to see both in the same week, and have subsequently been horrifying all my arty friends by grumbling about one of them… Continue reading
Because we never seem to do anything by half, the last few weeks have featured more concerts than we’ve been to in months.
What do 4000-year-old bronze sculptures, a truly bizarre interpretation of The Importance of Being Earnest and a very soggy Sunday in Queens have in common? Answers on a postcard please (or in the comments section below, I suppose). Continue reading
So we’ve been doing rather well on the cultural front lately.
Back in NYC after a week skiing in Colorado (of which more very soon) it feels as though we’ve skipped March and gone straight to April, with the current run of warm spring days coming as a complete shock. Continue reading
As various people have pointed out to me, things have been a little quiet around here lately…! Since we got back from our trip to Hawaii (of which more very soon, I promise) on December 5th, the usual pre-Christmas madness completely took over, and it has taken this long to catch up. Continue reading