• Flowers. Need I say more?
  • Basquiet exhibit is well curated. His family has firm hold of his estate, and were instrumental in helping with this exhibit that gives us a look into his life from angles we may not have seen before.
  • Louise Bourgeois is a decent special exhibit. I didn’t really know who she was, and this gave me a glimpse.
  • I saw “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” from beginning to end for the first time. This is a movie that I somehow always manage to catch a part of on TV, but never in its entirety. Well done, but for a movie that takes on the limousine liberals at their game via race, it still makes women out to be second class citizens, unless you detect a tone of sarcasm when Hepburn says that her daughter needs a man to follow around like she did…I can’t quite tell. But- worth seeing
  • American Buffalo on Broadway is a master class in acting by Lawrence Fishburne and Sam Rockwell. Just brilliant. Circle in the Square is a theater where the seats are sort of horseshoed around the stage, so you get an intimate glance. We happened to be at an angle where we could see the actors as they exited the stage, and to see Rockwell break into a genuine smile as he walked off the stage was priceless- they knew they did good…
  • Had a mocktail at Sarabeth’s- I know it had lemonade and vanilla syrup and lavender, don’t know what it was called (special that day) but it was delicious!!
  • Rezdora received a well deserved Michelin star last year. Food was amazing. My dish was “Grandma walking through forest in Emilia”. How do you not order something with that name? Basically, spinach pasta with leaks and mushroom puree….
  • Have you played Semantle yet? My daughter introduced it to me last weekend- hard, but addictive…

27 thoughts on “What Inspired Me: 4/24/22

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