Did you hear this?
KCRW unearthed and aired today an in-studio recording with Jeff Buckley from the early 90s. In it he covers Strange Fruit. V. good.
A view from Cove.
By David Godlis outside CBGB.
Hand carved cedar-wood cheese knives from Baltic Crossroads. Such beautiful quality.
Yesterday was the first in a while that B and I had together without work or social obligations. We had lunch at Mozza (each visit affirms my belief that there is little point in ever dining elsewhere) followed by an impromptu treasure hunt. This vintage parrot vase sits flush against the wall and houses fresh, cut flowers or an air plant. At RTH, Pinon — a woodsy,...
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A favorite New York spot to catch up with my dear friends Sarah and Alice is at the Waverly Inn’s tiny, non-sceney, charming bar over a half dozen oysters and a perfect cocktail.
Oscar's Smoke House
A trip to our Adirondack summer house is not complete without stocking-up at Oscar’s in Warrensburg, New York. The house-made bacon, link sausage, bag sausage, mustard, bone-in ham, smoked trout, house-made cottage cheese, jerky. All perfection. A blindfolded shopping trip here would still not disappoint.
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Bill Knoble is a master potter, making perfectly-balanced, beautiful forms. But it seems his real passion comes from experimenting with and mixing his own glazes. The mug pictured above (a souvenir brought back for B) is midnight blue and rimmed in silver.
Red Truck Pottery
For decades my family has visited and collected ceramic pieces from Red Truck Pottery, a small studio and shop in Chestertown, NY where we also keep a summer home. It took my twentieth trip this past Labor Day weekend to recognize what a treasure Bill Knoble’s place is.