Monday, March 31, 2008
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| 07:23 PM
New business opportunities abound. In related news, the Keith McNally character in Lush Life is named Harry Steele. Meme of the week, people. Get on board.
Saturday, March 29, 2008
| 04:13 PM
Someone had babies!
| 03:50 PM
Peggy Noonan's WSJ columns on the campaign are absolutely unmissable.
| 03:44 PM
Verducci: "The Red Sox arranged a private workout for Ellsbury in San Diego, but rain forced them into a gym. Ellsbury saw a basketball on the floor, grabbed it and took off, leaping from near the free throw line and throwing down a vicious dunk. The scouts looked at one another in amazement. 'This guy is probably the most athletic guy in the country,' their report said."
Friday, March 28, 2008
| 12:57 PM
I'll admit it, this kind of choked me up a little.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Opening Day in Review | 10:05 PM
merekatz: the cover of the NY Times today is fun
lockloct: what's on it?
merekatz: a huge pic of fans dropping down paper and pens attached to string so they can get Okajima's autograph
merekatz: okajima has a huge smile on his face and is waving to everyone
lockloct: awww, nice
merekatz: it's lovely, really. I'm sure Yanks fans aren't pleased
lockloct: i love it
merekatz: me too!
| 10:01 PM
Jose Canseco: "The reason I didn't include A-Rod in my first book is that I hated the bastard. I hated him too much. I hated him so much in fact that if I'd included him in my first book, people would have questioned my motives."
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
| 04:18 PM
Something useful! As long as I'm spewing content today, here's the only crucial new thing I've discovered on the internet this year.
Recent Meals of Note | 04:09 PM
1) Noted econoblogger and stalwart LESider Felix Salmon pays me off on our recent bet with lunch at Lure Fishbar. There's a bad pun here somewhere.
2) Sunday night dinner at David Chang's new East Village outpost, Momofuku Ko. Feel the love. See also Flickr pics, and the resy glory that started here and ended here.
Recent Architecture of Note | 03:04 PM
Above, inside the triplex penthouse at Palazzo Chupi. Arak posted more on his Flickr; see also Curbed's exhaustive coverage. Touring the place was an honor I hope to be worthy of, one day.
| 12:01 PM