Monthly Archives: September 2012
For our camping trip last weekend, I threw together a rainbow potato salad as a last attempt to hold on to summer. My potato salad was glad too.
One more reason to go to the Legion of Honor if you’re in town. René Bouché gives a glimpse into everyday life in war torn Paris through illustrations accompanied by hand written text. Illustration journalism. He then left Paris for New York to depict a more glamorous life for Vogue. Both are spot on.
Some birthday treasures including my current reading…
They know me so well! Thanks, friends!
This past weekend we rode our bikes out to the Legion of Honor to see the Man Ray and Lee Miller: Partners in Surrealism exhibition. They are now on my list of power couples (i do have a list). It almost brought crystal tears to my own eyes.
I’m a big fan of print media including newspapers which have taken a giant hit in the past few years. This documentary is a fascinating look into how The New York Times has adapted to changes in technology and to the definition of journalism itself. Long live The Times!