Monthly Archives: March 2016

I’m in an a cappella group!

You guys, exciting news! I just joined an a cappella group in Brooklyn. It’s a funny story: The wedding caterer we hired actually started the group. She quit the company (they’re still our caterer, we just have a different, equally wonderful rep), but invited me to join her group. We recently had the first practice and it was aca-awesome…. Read more »

Movie Page: Born to Be Blue

Over the weekend, I popped over to the IFC Center in the West Village to catch Ethan Hawke’s new movie Born to Be Blue. In it, he plays jazz legend Chet Baker, the infamous 1960s trumpeter and singer with a not-so-guilty pleasure: Shooting heroin (“It makes me happy,” he describes.) The film is absolutely remarkable and Ethan Hawke… Read more »

The weekend is here!

My darling readers, happy Friday! What do you have planned for the next couple of days? I’m so excited to celebrate a small family bridal shower this weekend — a major reminder that my wedding is less than two months away. (How is that even possible?!) Here, to get your weekend started right, a few… Read more »

Pizza in Brooklyn

When friends and family come to visit, I’ve learned: The best way to introduce them to Brooklyn is to introduce them to the pizza. As a result, I’ve spent the last few weeks giving an unintentional pizza tour. It’s never a bad gig, especially with places like the following three on the list. We started… Read more »

TV Page: The Wine Show

You guys: As a major wine lover of all kinds (red, white, rosé), I’m counting the minutes until I can watch/download/stream this delightful British show creatively named The Wine Show. It features two of the most charming wannabe wine connoisseurs that ever there were–Matthew Goode and Matthew Rhys–and I can’t wait to watch. Basically, according to… Read more »