Finding books, making connections, and creating memories at Black Swan Books, Lexington.
Taking Anne Lamott’s words of wisdom into consideration.
As I increase my experience and exposure to Paul Auster’s work, the more he is becoming one of my favorite authors. After finishing Travels in the Scriptorium,…… Read more “White Horses, Pink Elephants and Green Hippos”
Some nights a guy just has to drive. Monday night (Aug. 22 — just for the record), was essentially a perfect night. It’s New York State Fair…… Read more “10 Things I Realized at Barnes & Noble”
Before catching a couple shows last Thursday (Root Shock at Funk ‘N Waffles and The Magnetic Pull, Heretofore and Formidable Duke at Otro Cinco), I relaxed with…… Read more “Visible (Part One)”
I’ve been tackling a book: From Paris to the Moon by Adam Gopnik. The author is a frequent contributor to The New Yorker, and his award winning work is eloquent…… Read more “Succinct”
There were literally no words after walking out of the theatre post-The VVitch or (The Witch) — not for a few minutes, at least. There was a desire for…… Read more “Real Terror”
The first book I bought to “stream” through the Kindle — a lovely gift, and I’m happy to report my coming to terms with the present (otherwise still resisting, putting…… Read more “Coming to an Agreement?”
The Irish Repertory Theatre has a reputation to uphold. The company is “small” and prominent, one that doesn’t have a huge and gaudy marquee, but it does have a…… Read more “New York Stories: ‘Ghosts of Barrooms Past’”