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darlings a few snapshots from today – another magical set-of-moments – revolving most deliciously around cafes, meetings-with-deeply-interesting-people, galleries, writing, more photographs and the purple blossom *looksvaguelytocamera* which must have a pretty name but we can’t recall it right now (do … Continue reading
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quelle chic of a matin, darlings as M. Sartre once wrote: it is certain that the cafe by itself with its patrons, its tables, its booths, its mirrors, its light, its smoky atmosphere, and the sounds of voices, rattling saucers, … Continue reading
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Bohemianism is the practice of an unconventional lifestyle, often in the company of like-minded people, with few permanent ties, involving musical, artistic, or literary pursuits. In this context, Bohemians may be wanderers, adventurers, or vagabonds. bohemians since we’ve started to wind … Continue reading
The cherry blossom is so lush and full that it hangs ponderously over manhattan today, at every street corner urban garden and runs wildly through central park. So it was thus enveloped in fragrant flora that we tripped lightly to … Continue reading
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Mojo Coffee: 128 Charles St, Greenwich Village. A good place to sit and look out of the window, perched high on a wooden stool, leaning against the painted columns, near the leafy green plants in large terracotta pots, eavesdropping on … Continue reading
as we left the skyscraper in manhattan where we work last night, we set the outgoing email message to tell news of our absence on medical leave until September 29th. the office was empty. we turned off the lights (we … Continue reading
on less than five hours sleep we ran out into the streets of paris on the wings of sagan, sartre and de beauvoir and with the insistent melodies of serge gainsbourg in our ears…………well, we thought we’d show tobias and … Continue reading
team gloria woke up to the sound of trains and just KNEW they were italian. and they were. but so horribly close to the hotel ;-) after a deliciously simple breakfast and a cursory reading of the WSJ european edition … Continue reading
if i wasn’t working today (day job calls – get in the shower, team gloria!) i would take a freshly purchased pen (or the one i’m using which i, um, liberated from le caprice) and sit outside the life cafe … Continue reading
it’s saturday: time for european newspapers, coffee and jazz. perhaps here at ground support, west broadway, soho…..all wood tables, collections of vintage National Geographic magazines and a thoughtful, intelligent, proprietor, who truly understands what makes a welcoming neighborhood establishment. His name is … Continue reading