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

And this.

Thanks Hil.

I also want to see this. John Krasinski!

Childhood memories.

Charleston Packing List, courtesy of PLH Travel Planners.

Everyone needs someone to tell them exactly what to wear each day. Although "travel clothes of your own choosing" is too broad for my taste. Who knows what I'll wear now...I'll probably wear a muumuu and rain boots.

FRIDAY: High 70 Low 60

arrive at 11:08 travel clothes of your own choosing
orange bikini
white linen cover-up
OR blue linen pants, tank top and jean jacket
flip-flops or rainbows
3pm 70% chance of precipitation
white rain jacket

evening: cooking and then going out downtown Sullivan's Island
black tee shirt, red jeans, sandals
silver trench for rain

night: flower power pajamas

SATURDAY: High 76 Low 62
morning: Sunning and beaching it!
striped bikini
white linen cover-up

afternoon: shopping downtown in Charleston
40% chance precipitation
white jersey dress, jean jacket, flats
rain: silver trench

evening: Blossom for dinner then out on the town
Milly floral top, white jeans, black patent heels
silver trench

SUNDAY: High 72 Low 63
travel clothes of your own choosing

It's easy to trace.

The Terrafugia Flying Car.

via The Unusual Times.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009


"We're going in the Hudson" - Sully "Nerves of Steel" Sullenberger


I watched Woody Allen's Manhattan last night and fell in love. All the places, the happenings, the relationships--it's so New York. It's what I love.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Don't you want me as a bridesmaid?

So I'm in a wedding in a few months, and I'm going to a bachelorette getaway this weekend. I made my demands clear. I will not do this:

and I plan to come to the wedding dressed like this:

My demands are simple and finite. Like the rules of hair care. Thanks Elle, my yoda of choice.
Also, Sami, I got you this. Enjoy your non-anatomically correct gift.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Monday, March 16, 2009

Memoribilia Monday.

Sweet shoes. Columbus, Mississippi: 1988.

Sweet shoes, again. Cancun, Mexico: 1986

Poor man.

P. Diddy terrified by a $1 bill.

via: fred

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Gimme four.

For my design friends.

via: Sam

The small joys of working at The New School.

The following is a mass email asking who will be ordering from Spice today:

Subject: "If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?"

Zen Koans like this one are traditional Japanese folk tales that allow multiple interpretations and can help lead to great insights. They are meant to shock the mind into a state of uncertainty, a state of pure potential, a state of enlightenment.

To that noble end I offer another Koan:

"If Thursday afternoon arrives and Edwin is not in the office, does Spice Thursday still take place?"

Today we have the opportunity to once and for all solve a mystery that has befuddled the minds of office workers everywhere for ages. I leave it to each of you to look within yourself and find the answer. Whatever you decide, let me know before noon.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Monday, March 2, 2009

Monday, February 23, 2009

We are Phoenix.

One of my favorite bands has a new album coming out. This is the e-mail they sent me. Too cute. Click image for single.

Bob Kerrey's Ivory-Tower War. Sheesh.

The situation at work deteriorates.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Cupcake art.

"Zilly Rosen and her team assemble a
5,900 cupcake mosaic of Presidents Obama and Lincoln at the Smithsonian in DC today (they had a live webcam set up). It was even cooler than it sounds, believe it or not."

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Scrabble lovers everywhere.

Excellent interiors.

I want these people do design my home. Check it out.

Also, this dresser. Amazing.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Photo Grade Paper, or Did You Cheap Out on Me?

Waiter: Yeah, that's just because you're obsessed with me.

Bartender, sarcastically: Oh, yeah, right--I'm totally obsessed with you. I went to your Facebook page and downloaded all the pictures of you on there and printed them out and put them up on my wall so I could have a collage.

Waiter: That was oddly specific.


Otter love.

1. I want an otter.
2. I want to have a Scottish accent so I can say things like "take 'er out on a wee harness"
3. My head exploded from cuteness.

Thanks Pantone.


(Top Row, L-R: American Beauty, Creme Brulee, Purple Heart, Rapture Rose, Iron)
(Bottom Row, L-R: Majolica Blue, Honey Yellow, Warm Olive, Burnt Sienna, Nomad)

For a more in-depth breakdown of each color, read more.

  • American Beauty: This reddish tone is said to evoke a patriotic feel.
  • Creme Brulee: This neutral color is a softer alternative to white.
  • Purple Heart: This purple hue is predicted to be a popular color for accessories.
  • Rapture Rose: This refreshing new hue is said to emit hope and surprise.
  • Iron Heart: This color is said to be the new black. The brown cast makes it a warmer alternative to gray.
  • Majolica Blue: One of our favorite hues. This color is said to give off a smokey sense of calmness.
  • Honey Yellow: This warm tone is the Fall variation of Spring yellow.
  • Warm Olive: This exotic take on yellow is said to show designers' concern about being eco-conscious.
  • Burnt Sienna: This color is said to be Fall's interpretation of orange and the reddish tone makes it more versatile.
  • Nomad: This hue serves as an important foundation for pairing with rich and saturated brights.
Thanks Sami!

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Another babysitting intro. Yo Gabba Gabba.

Biz's beat of the day:

Opening Credits: (I feel like I need some drugs to fully enjoy this.)

Smart Girls at the Party.

Ok, so maybe I've been babysitting too much, but I LOVE this. Positive role models for girls. Highlighting the fact that it's cool to be smart and proactive. AND I just saw the guitarist, Amy, at UCB!

Courtesy of Mommy.

Go to minute 4. I love Jesus but I drink a little too. She's a real live wire.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Monday, January 19, 2009

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Tangerine Honey Pudding.

Tangerine Honey Pudding
1/4 cup cornstarch
1 pinch sea salt (1/8 teaspoon)

4 cups of lowfat milk or soymilk

1/4 cup + 1 tablespoon honey

1/2 tablespoon tangerine zest
2 cups chopped tangerines, seeded, skinned, membranes removed

Combine cornstarch, salt in medium heavy bottom pot. You will need to mix constantly. Turn on the heat to medium and slowly, mixing energetically, pour in the milk. When the liquid mixture is warm, add the honey and zest. The mixture will thicken and boil. Don't forget to keep mixing while it boils for about three more minutes or so: you are looking for an almost pudding like consistency because it will thicken some more as it cools. Turn off the heat and let cool, mixing every five minutes. Add the tangerine pieces and transfer to a glass bowl or storage jar and refrigerate for at least 4 hours.


Clementine Cakes.

Clementine cakes
Serves 8:

4 eggs

250 g sugar

150 g de cake flour

140 ml clementine juice (70ml+70ml)

Pre-heat the oven to 180ºC.
Grease and line with parchment paper 8 small cake moulds. Whisk egg yols with sugar. Add the firmly whisked egg whites, the flour and 70ml of juice. Pour the dough into the moulds and bake for 10-15 minutes. Pour the remaining juice (sweetened as desired) over the warm cakes. Unmould when cold. Decorate with clementine segments.


So my friend Hilary is constantly giving me fodder for this blog. She's quite the inspiration, and I have to thank her again. Because these are really great. Check it out.

I KNOW HIM! Good job Anoop.

Monday, January 12, 2009


This is a cake. That someone actually made. Gross. Thanks cakewrecks.

Post-hiatus oddities.

So I haven't posted in a while. Sorry. But this is seriously the strangest product ever created.

Plush organs!