Friday, April 10, 2009

So Long, Farewell.

So I have decided to make the switch to tumblr. I am still a little unsure of it, and being the nostalgic girl that I am, I want all my posts to come over to the new page (which I might still do, ridiculous and arduous job that it will be). I am going to make an effort to bring over the best memories to my new blog but I can't make any promises.

I think of this blog as a sort of catalog of my time here in New York, which is what I think makes me the most sad. But, onward and upward. I will miss you.

(this might be the most ridiculous post of all time, being that I have about 6 readers total, all of whom I talk to IN PERSON on a regular basis...oh, the internet)

Tuesday, April 7, 2009


I think I am old, because this scares me. Those crazy kids today.

Franklin Street: The Celebration from The Daily Tar Heel on Vimeo.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Thursday, April 2, 2009


Kingsford Goes to the Beach - video powered by Metacafe

The sunnyside of the street.

It is a lovely, sunny, springtime day in New York, so I went for a walk down Fifth Avenue. The cast of characters on the street were as following:

-a sea of Hasidic Jewish boys and fathers passing out flyers
-models with look books in hand
-hipster students with scarves, tote bags and ray bans
-mothers/nannies with children in those $2,000 strollers
-a sea of cute kids in multicolor tights getting out of pre-school
-the Rafiqi man making noises at me
-businessmen on lunch break with their suits unbuttoned
-bike messengers/delivery guys with their massive bike locks locked around their waists
-a flirty glance with a cute gentleman (in all likelihood a 22-year-0ld NYU student, oy.)
-miles davis on my ipod



If you know me, you know how I feel about Art History. Check this out. I recommend the Matisse page, but I am partial.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

GenArt Film Festival.

So I went to the GenArt Film Festival tonight. The movie was great, the short film was great, the party was great. I highly recommend, but just prepare yourself--everyone will be cooler than you.

This is what I saw, check it out:


So this used to be my event...alas, no longer. Unfortunately I missed this getup. For non-bejeweled legging pictures, go here.

I finally made it guys.

Onto the world-famous (infamous?) ED-209 blog. Today is a great day.

Only in N.C.

Every night ends with the “jamon jam,” a sing-along for guests who want to ham it up. And of course, turn-down service in your room comes with a bag of pork rinds on your pillow.

April Fools!

Wednesday, March 25, 2009