What started out a charmed day followed a charmed evening. Wintery grey December dawned on the dark and dreary side of New York City on the 2nd, Tuesday, when I went to see the exhibition of Leonard Lauder’s primo collection of early Picasso, Braque, Gris & Leger at the Met before meeting with himself to […]
George Nelson Preston, Melvin Van Peebles & Adger Cowan at their opening (12 Nov 2014) at Mert D. Simpson Gallery. 38 W 28th St #5. 12 Nov 2014.
Camilla Huey in Hermes on the A train. Nov. 1st, 2014 ♡♡♡♡
(Carolyn Cole / The Los Angeles Times) The much indebted Marlon James with the author of “A Brief History of Nine Lives” at Jumel Terrace Books. Where you can’t swing a Jamaican around here without hitting a cat.
Produced in Harlem by M.I.T.E. Anteo Fabris-Cappio, film editing and guitar. Adam Nakhla-Thometz, music production and keyboards. A public service presentation by a relaxed organization. Useful Information: Praxis means planned movement. Apraxia starts with an intention to communicate. Next, an idea forms, outlining what to say. The words for the desired message are then put […]
Books Are Weapons and Jumel Terrace Books Presents: M.I.T.E. In the Upper Room. Anteo Fabris, guitar. Adam Nakhla-Thometz, keyboards. 07.25.14.
I know better than to lower myself to replying to internets slander but just this once I’ll make an exception. An Enquiring Mind posits: “I would like to know if you think maybe you are a racist too. You seem to be. Perhaps not everyone is interested in black culture as you are. In addition, […]
Saturday evening, March 15th, a full winter moon over West 162nd Street & Jumel Terrace, and some enchanted one it was. It might have been the most Uptown New York cocktail party I’ve been to since the 1980s. There were black & white movie people, attractive people, very well dressed, the gentlemen in tailored vintage, […]