Finally, an In-Depth Study of Mid Century Furniture Design

I’ve probably flipped through a hundred books focusing in different aspects of mid century furniture and interior design. Each focused

Report from ICFF 2022

This year, New York’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF 2022) was back on schedule in May and in conjunction with

2022 NYC Museum Tour: MoMA PS1

During my walk in Long Island City, I stopped by at MoMA PS1. On view this winter is a show

A Rare 1940s Book Celebrating Fashion Trade of New York City

Most New Yorkers are familiar with the legendary world’s fairs of 1939 and 1964, but who remembers the New York

A Walk Through Ithaca, NY

It has become my tradition to visit Ithaca, NY every Spring. I usually stop by at the large local book

In Brooklyn, a Celebration of Spring

On the first full warm day of spring, it’s been my tradition for the past few years to take a

10 Elevated Craft Beers to Enjoy This Spring

Many cities and towns I’ve traveled to around the US have their own craft breweries – some smaller and some

A Walk in Lower Manhattan

On a first truly Spring Friday of 2022, I took a quick walk down from 14th Street into West Village,

A Look Inside Rare 1948 Book Entirely Drawn and Written by Salvador Dali

In this rare and important 1948 volume, painter Salvador Dalí expresses (in his inimitably eccentric fashion) his ideas of what

At Mongers Market, a Expanded Treasure Trove for the Curious (2022)

Mongers Market started as an architectural salvage warehouse in Bridgeport, CT but has since grown as a definitive destination for