|Do we think so much of our own Twitter posts (okay, tweets) that we're rerunning them here? We do! And, who knows, we might even tweet about this roundup, thus creating a disturbing loop.
ARTS/ If you haven't been following Jorge Colombo's weekly
iPhone sketches of various NYC spots, you're in for a treat.
MEDIA/ Jaw-dropping reporting on Fiji Water
by Anna Lenzer in Mother Jones. Don't miss.
WEB/ Web cam synchronicity from the band Sour. Sweet!
SHOP/ Clarabella's going out of business sale on now.
Big markdowns on women's clothing, jewelry, accessories.
ARTS/ Toque-tip to Jane Lynch,
whose scenes with Streep in
Julie and Julia (as Child's sister)
are total blissouts.
HISTORY/ When the UWS San Remo
was a different building: a hotel.
ARTS/ MUG's Joe Holmes,
the photographer behind Joe's NYC,
gives an interview to PetaPixel.
SHOP/ Some competition for the HD Flip,
due in September from Kodak.
OUT OF TOWN/ Heading Down East?
We'd pack the astringently moving novel set in Maine,
Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout.
SHOP/ New series of colorful
Pantone mugs from Sprout.
FOOD/ Starbucks is trying new things in certain stores to boost a sagging bottom line. Here's an idea: how about not overroasting the coffee?
OUT OF TOWN/ Heading to London? Our spy says
the new play When the Rain Stops Falling,
at the Almeida, is 'major.' [Photo: John Haynes]
FOOD/ Stops along an American Food Tour
from Di Nic's in Philly to Big Sur Bakery.
MEDIA/ Our favorite local commercial: The Grand Prospect Hall.
"We make your dreams come true!"
NOTICED/ Sign of the times from photographer Joy Nagy
(read to the left of the sign, too).
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