I think it’s time I take a little break from all the raging and talk about something positive for a change. So: cemeteries! No, seriously. My friend Cornelia Read and her friend Peter Riegert are working on a documentary about the reclamation of the oldest cemetery in Jamacia, Queens, and they’re funding the initial phase … Read more
The upside/downside of our recent home invasion by Brides magazine is the truly wonderful advice column. I may have to offer my help to all of the questioners eventually, but for now let’s just take it from the top. My fiance’s family is showing zero interest in planning the wedding, while my parents are really … Read more
Oh no! They got in the house! Save yourselves! It’s too late for me. In case you were wondering:
Handy lesson from last weekend: Sur la Table is a very entertaining store, but they have slightly too many employees on their floor to be able to comfortably point at things and declare “What kind of idiot would buy THAT?” while laughing. Fortunately, they have a website. Tuna Drainer, $3.95 How to drain canned tuna: … Read more
From this week’s cafeteria menu: I’m pretty sure all the letters are in there, at least. Worrying thought: Where are they finding their recipes?