Tag Archives: Downtown West

Do Justice to the Ones You Love

A few weeks ago, my husband Kurt and I watched “Kedi”, a thoroughly delightful movie about the historic street cats of Istanbul, Turkey. These cats have no defined owners, they are not picked out at animal shelters or pet stores. … Continue reading

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Birds a la Hitchcock, Ballanchine, and Boogaloo

On Wednesday I woke up and looked out our front door to find snow, ice, and swarms of birds (and I mean hundreds, not just a tweeting few) raucously flip-flapping as if they were reenacting a scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s … Continue reading

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Anna-rated Shorts

Run, don’t walk to your local art house theater and watch an Oscar-season first for movie lovers in the hinterlands: a one-seating compilation of all the animated shorts nominated for this year’s Academy Awards! This may be the manner in … Continue reading

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