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Markt in Manhattan

A nice supper with Boo at Markt, a Belgian brasserie known for its mussels and beer. Still, they serve a very nice martini. We had shrimp cocktail: = Wings: Mussels with cream and garlic. Delicious. OK, I had a couple […]

travel

Amagansett Day 3

Day 3 of paradise on the East End. First, a bike ride. Good morning, sunshine. Trees. Now, to the beach. Wine at 3. Boo, at cocktail hour. We pop over the Lunch for a lobster roll. And back to the […]

travel

Amagansett Day 2

Still a bit cloudy, but nice enough for a walk over to the Art Barge. And a quick trip into town. Boo and Kelli play tennis. Friends. Cool weather costume. I’m walkin’ heah! Nice beach house. It’s getting warm, so […]

restaurants

The Roundhouse in Beacon

.An impromptu trip to Cold Spring to see Melanie! And we have dinner at a restaurant I’ve been looking forward to trying for a long time: The Roundhouse. First, some wine for later! So we head out. This view, looking […]

biking

Sunday Bike Ride with Boo

A nice day for our annual ride and annual selfie at the Piermont train depot. Related posts: Annual Selfie: On the Rail Trail to Piermont A Bike Ride on the Rail Trail Big Bike Ride with Lexi Annual #selfie

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The Twisted Oak in Tarrytown

When the chef says he’s going to cook for you, and you plead that he take it easy because you’re off carbs? And you have a great meal and still stick to your diet? That’s a great evening. Thank you […]

outings

The Centennial of Carson McCullers

Carson McCullers — author, playwright, tragic figure — would have turned 100 years old this year. She spent more 20 years living in a house on Broadway in Nyack, where she wrote some of her best-known works, including Member of […]

outings

Broadway Nights: Sunset Boulevard

It’s been a while since I’ve shared a night at the theater with Boo. Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close was a treat. She alone was worth it. I started with a Manhattan in Manhattan, at Brasserie Athenee. Grilled shrimp.  Pretty […]

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Hendricks in Manhattan

No, not the gin. The restaurant. And it’s where I met the girls for a good catch-up. An Old Fashioned was in order. Kelly, Liz, Boo and Mel. Posing with a sweet gift from Ed, a congratulations for my Destinate win. […]

entertaining

Ribs and a Movie

It’s Labor Day weekend, folks, so we’re smoking some ribs. Four hours later, with some beans and tomatoes, and you’ve got supper.  Boo and Sammy are happy. And, later, Zootopia on the big screen outside. Related posts: Dinner and an […]

biking

Biking with Boo

Our annual bike ride/selfie has been accomplished. Related posts: Biking to the Piermont Pier Annual Selfie: On the Rail Trail to Piermont Biking around Springs A Week of Biking!

restaurants

Dinner at Cosme in Manhattan

Fancy Mexican food is an oxymoron in Manhattan. A few new restaurants are changing that, though. Cosme, opened last year by chef Enrique Olvera —- a CIA grad who owns of Mexico City’s best restaurants — is the leader. Margarita, […]

outings

Hamilton!

So lucky to have tickets to see the best musical to come to Broadway in years. Lin-Manuel Miranda is a genius, and this show is all that it’s hyped up to be. Go! Related posts: Silence! The Musical Bloody Bloody […]

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Dinner at Adalaya

Right down the stairs from Dear Irving is a little Mediterranean restaurant, where we shared small plates, rose and lots of laughs. Funny sign by the bar: It was a beautiful night, so we took a table on the street: […]

biking

Annual #selfie

Boo and I bike to Piermont as often as we can in summer. But for the past 2 or 3 years, on our first trip, we’ve taken an selfie at the Piermont Depot, the halfway point. I present the 2015 […]

outings

A Night at Lincoln Center

Broadway goes uptown tonight: Kelli O’Hara stars in the King and I, showing at Lincoln Center’s Vivan Beaumont Theatre. Kelli, Boo, Mary and I attending, but Mary leaving before the photo session the courtyard. A wonderful evening all around.    […]

family, outings

World Premiere: ‘The Generator’

Leigh Flayton, otherwise known as the Farm’s great friend Boo, had a triumphant day May 5, 2015: Cherry Lane Theatre in the West Village hosted a live reading of her play, “The Generator.” Alex Hare directed, and the cast included Michael […]

family

Christmas Morning 2014

For the first year, Samantha sort of understood Christmas. She got that Santa was coming, and that he brought her a stuffed stocking and a big present, sitting on a chair in the living room. In her stocking, Sam got […]

entertaining, family

Christmas Eve 2014

Church. Cocktails. Photos by the tree. Dinner. Dessert. Fire. Family. Friends. Merry Christmas! At the kids service at Grace: Les Dorkages at the tree: Samantha thanks Kelli and Sarah for her beautiful dress: Photo credit, Samantha:   Kale salad with […]

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Maysville in Manhattan

Bourbon! Seafood! Bacon! Yes, that’s Maysville, a Southern restaurant with New York style. We met for dinner before seeing Bradley Cooper in The Elephant Man on Broadway (great show). Eric and Boo: Me and Heather: Horse art: Hay-roasted oystes with […]

biking

Biking around Springs

A great workout with beautiful views this Saturday morning: a 12-mile bike ride around the bay at Springs. Create Maps or Search for a route from millions at MapMyRide The gang: A stop at the Pollack-Krasner house. On our way […]

travel

Beach, Day and Night

Day one at the beach was a bit windy, but we set ourselves up with an umbrella barrier and made the best of it. Related posts: At the Beach, Day and Night At the Beach in Amagansett Day Two Beach […]

entertaining

Kelli and Patrick’s Goodbye Party

Kelli and Patrick’s friends Jeff and Debbie threw a lovely goodbye party for the OD’s on Saturday. A lovely setting, warm people and delicious food. A fitting farewell for our friends. Here are a few pics. Related posts: Supper at […]