Monthly Archives: November 2013

To the market we go

There are a ton of holiday markets in Brooklyn this season. I tried to compile them all for the Brooklyn Paper.

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The photography of war

Since moving back to Brooklyn from Houston, I am finding all sorts of connections between the two art worlds I never would have previously put together. There was an exhibition of drawings by Robert Pruitt, a widely respected Houston artist, … Continue reading

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Thai-ing it all together with Andy Ricker

Andy Ricker is widely considered the U.S. ambassador for northern Thai food. He considers himself more of a student. With a new cookbook out, I talk with him about his growing Pok Pok empire and his favorite recipe, as well … Continue reading

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‘The Marriage of Figaro’ times three “The Marriage of Figaro” is one of the most popular operas ever performed. To wit – this month, there are three separate productions of Mozart’s tale of deception and jealousy in Brooklyn alone. I … Continue reading

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