Good advice from a Master.
Did you watch the Parks & Rec finale? SO GOOD. I love Leslie so much. It was bittersweet. Sad to see it go and sad to think about Harris Whittels passing.
BUT – we got this gem: Late Night Finale – Lil Sebastien
Not to mention THIS.
Now – this is a throwback. It may not be Thursday yet, but it is so funny and highlights so many women I grew up loving:
This 1970 New York Times Trend Piece on Woman Comedians Is Eternal
I’ve been thinking TOO MUCH about Gilda (Radner). The SNL special definitely tried to pay tribute – and bless Emma Stone’s heart – but, man. Gilda can not be replicated.
This is a pretty good round-up.
BUT – this is my favorite.
It never ceases to amaze me how art can be “discovered” after languishing in attics or frames for years. Two great discoveries were made this month alone!
Two New Cézanne Works Discovered by Barnes Foundation Museum
Unknown Goya Self-Portrait Discovered Languishing in French Museum
And next up – New York art fairs. Whew. SO MUCH SCHMOOZING TO DO.
(This is me schmoozing on a good day)
The SNL special was worth all the awkward moments just for this: Bill Murray Sings The Jaws Theme Song
So much nerding out!
This makes me sad, but not surprised.
It’s not a show without red carpet coverage.
Ahhh! The sun was out in Seattle today and I swear I could feel myself dancing for joy at a molecular level! We spent the day out & about – mostly obsessing over Gas Works Park. Hands down coolest park eva.
Loving this Seattle band I stumbled across – BRONCHO.
This should be magical, but in the real world is just frightening: Multicolored Snow in Russia? No Worries, Officials Say.
The trailer for the new Judd Apatow movie really brings me back to my early days in NY.
More SNL goodness.
Now and Then remake? Yes please!
We’re over the hump! Friday’s right around the corner!
For some reason this piece on SNL made me want to cry. Now I want to buy this book & this book…
So sad I’m not in NY for this. Creative Time for the win!
This is old but great: 7 Legendary Mistresses in Art History
Really into this Seattle skin-care line: Kari Gran