My very first mashup! ENJOY
The Parrish Art Museum is doing a fantastic job of delineating a history of art specific to Southhampton. On display are artists, native and migrant, who have contributed to the area’s now-iconic imagery of nature, building, and lifestyle since 1900 with their work. Included in that roster are William Merritt Chase, Esteban Vicente, Eric Fischl, […]
A city is a place Where one can’t scream in peace.
Browsing Book Court’s New York Review Books shelf, one of my favorite publishers of late, I encountered its edition of The Unknown Masterpiece from Honoré de Balzac. Though he kept it short and sweet and I enjoyed it very much, none of the story has stayed with me closer than the epigraph (such is the curse of excellent […]
Dr Teresa Belton has released an insipid article which advocates a need for more boredom in our generation. While the article is itself boring and meek, I tend to agree with its closing statement. But it is a state to be approached gingerly. The history of boredomology (thaasophobia is supposedly the fear of boredom, so […]