Yes and yes.
I was going to plug my show tonight, but Lauren did an awesome job already.
Tonight - The Living Room - 9:30PM CD RELEASE SHOW!
Buckle up, I’m about to massively endorse GREG THOMAS.
I met Greg a few months ago through mutual friends, life just hasn’t been the same since.
He’s a fantastic musician, and an even cooler guy.
His EP Atlantic/Pacific was released yesterday and is now available on iTunes and Bandcamp. I am super honored that he used a photo of mine for the cover.
Greg’s NYC CD Release Show is TONIGHT.
The Living Room (158 Ludlow @ Stanton) at 9:30pm - FREE
You should really come.
We will listen to music. We will make new friends. We will have drinks.
Okay, so see you tonight. Can’t wait!
SixItemsOrLess.com featured on NYT
Thirty days ago, I explained my ‘uniform’ challenge for the next month. The experiment ended yesterday - thank god, but proved to be very interesting.
More interestingly, today the NYT chronicled the experiment and founder (who’s a great friend & coworker) Heidi Hackemer.
Check it out.
Just eating a peach grown in my backyard in Brooklyn.
There’s more than PBR here
The bkyard bounty continues…
GPOYW: ‘A day late and a dollar short.’
Photo credit Heidi.
Telluride and Norwood, Colorado. Pics snapped by the one and only, Kristen Moats.
Heading to Telluride, CO for a good friend’s wedding. Be back on Tuesday.
VEG. UPDATE: ONE TOMATO
Greg’s tomato plant has now produced the start of one tomato. Get ready for a salsa party…in September.
Last night, Dane and Greg jumped in their Bklyn Bkyard.
Had to do one jumping picture. Had to.
COOPER HEWITT BKYARD
While not as ‘intimate’ (read: small) as the bklyn bkyard, the Cooper Hewitt’s garden is still amazing (read: largest private garden in Manhattan). And you can take advantage of it too - for free on Fridays this summer.
Explains Budget travel:
Sophistication is the name of the game at Cocktails@Cooper-Hewitt, a weekly party in the museum’s garden, the largest private green space in Manhattan. Jazz is the preferred soundtrack, views are of Central Park, and this summer’s parties are themed to the museum’s ongoing National Design Triennial—”Why Design Now?”—open during the event. Expect up to 800 visitors over the course of each night, ranging from Upper East Siders to downtown designers.2 E. 91st St.,cooperhewitt.org, Fridays, July 9–Aug. 13, hours are typically 6 p.m.-9 p.m.,admission $15 (for museum entry).
[Great pick-up Sexy Lexy]
Backyard photo shoot
Really fun night.
Making the most of Sunday night (beer(s) in hand). I’ll take photo credit on this one.