Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Weekend With The Girls!

From Pho to shopping on Newbury Street. Georgetown Cupcakes and the Yardhouse. Mike's Pastry, the North End and all of Downtown. The city is so beautiful with the snow and Christmas decorations! We all had a wonderful weekend =)

My Thanksgiving

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

"Gail Hareven is an Israeli author who is most well-known for The Confessions of Noa Weber, an absolutely brilliant book that won the Best Translated Book Award in 2009. It was translated by the also brilliant Dalya Bilu and is available from Melville House.

Next year, Open Letter is going to be bringing out her follow-up, Lies, First Person, a really dark, fucked-up book about a woman who decides to take revenge on her uncle for crimes he committed against her sister when they were growing up. It’s really interesting and very readable, and I’ll be writing more about this in the not too distant future."

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Boston Patriotism

Institute of Contemporary Art

I visited the Institute of Contemporary Art this morning and loved it. It's very stormy in Boston and the October cold has finally started to set in but the galleries had such gorgeous and bright collections. I loved Amy Sillman's collection and the Matthew Ritchie oil on canvas.