Weekend Itinerary: NYC

 

Friday, September 27th 

-RH Store (9 9th Avenue in Meatpacking District)

Whitney Biennial (revisit for haunting movie of NYC apartment in snow):

-dinner at Bubby’s in Meatpacking District
73 Gansevoort St.[Highline]
New York, NY 10014

Metropolitan Museum of Art (late night Member Preview)
8:30 p.m. Camp: Notes on Fashion (late views)

Saturday, September 28th

– Metropolitan Museum of Art

Apollo’s Muse: 

Article from the NYTimes on the Apollo Muse

Leonardo DaVinci’s St.Jerome

Kyoto: Capital of Artistic Imagination

-Taiji Body Work NYC- Manhattan

Sunday,September 29th

-Guggenheim:

Mapplethorpe Implicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Now

Basquiat’s “Defacement”: The Untold Story:

Artistic License: Six Takes on the Guggenheim Collection:  

SoHo:

–    Laduree
398 West Broadway, NYC 10012

–    Mulberry Iconic Magazine (188 Mulberry Street, SoHo/Bowery)

–    SoHo News International (corner of Sullivan & Prince Streets)

-Lunch @ Lucky Strike
59 Grand Street, NYC 10013
Where to go when you’re in the mood for a martini, onion soup that is made French bistro style and an endive salad!!!

-Train to D.C.

Travel stylishly,
Kathleen

Frozen

Record-breaking cold has blasted not only the mid-west, but a good portion of the country over the last week with temps falling 50-60 degrees below zero. Plus add a gusty wind and the air now feels like negative 60-70 degrees. Here in the mid-Atlantic we’ve been exposed to temperatures in the single digits to which my oldest brother who lives in Chicago stated this was considered heat wave.

The polar vortex and global warming are definitely issues for us to think about, and topics I must research to understand fully.

My dearest friend Quy bundled up against the cold at the Mosaic Center in Falls Church, and a photo of the frozen trees in our yard at Heath.

Veggie soup with a fabulous homemade beef broth was made to keep the family warm. I combined broth, tomatoes, red beans, onions, celery, carrots, garlic, red cabbage with thyme, oregano, rosemary, and peppercorns. All ingredients were placed in pot to be slow cooked for the day.

Further reading:
National Weather Service
The science behind the polar vortex

Stay warm and comfortable,
K