No matter where you go, what town you’re in, or even what country, some things just stay the same. There’s the corner coffee shop, and once you step inside, you don’t feel so far away anymore. There’s a local book seller. A convenience store. And there’s always a liquor store. [Maybe that’s why Starbuck’s does so well. It’s the same,… View Post
Saturday night Rob and I had an outstanding time attending the Medical Missions for Children benefit gala in a chartered jet hangar at the Saratoga County Airport. MMFC is a wonderful organization for which I worked when I was still at the old agency (no shout-outs for you, bastards!). They fly doctors out to countries like Guatemala, Ukraine, Ecuador, Nepal, the… View Post
After a brisk 30-block walk and twenty minutes standing in a line snaking out of the front door of Shake Shack, I was primed for an eagerly anticipated burger. I’ve always tried to resist the tug of popular demand, especially when it comes to lining up like cattle to eat, well… cattle. But, I will admit, the Shake Shack diners,… View Post
“I love that couple over there. I can’t stop looking at them.” “The ones in the red Wayfarers?” “Yeah. He looks like he should be in Vampire Weekend or something.” “I was just thinking that!” “I’m going to take a picture of them.” “Honey… careful…” The boyish haircut, athletic figure, and off-kilter preppy vibe shouted Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa…. View Post
Engineer stripes reinterpreted: JCrew seersucker blazer, Current/Elliott “The Roll” shorts.