March 8, 2010
When I'm lucky enough make a trip back home to San Francisco, I try to indulge in childhood nostalgia as much as possible. Quite often that involves some sort of food.
February 22, 2010
After spending the week ogling the reviews and pictures from New York Fashion Week's events and runways, I'm left mesmerized by how many of these creations have so much value in their artistry and...
February 8, 2010
Brooklyn Mammal has had a good several months since we initially profiled them back in October 2009. Since then, Adam Lesser and Michael Miritello, the two behind this Red Hook-based sustainable wood...
January 25, 2010
As a Manhattan girl on a budget, I relish the opportunity to have a nice meal out every once in a while. But when I find out that the Underground Food Collective is making a trek to New York City for...
January 11, 2010
For just about as long as I have known Meghan Shea and Michael Rogers, I’ve been following their worldwide travels and simultaneously trying not become enraged with travel jealousy. This is...
December 28, 2009
Very often, the idea of combining art and a business model successfully seems like a daunting task. Try mixing that with social responsibility and you think that would be an unfathomable feat to pull...
November 30, 2009
If turkey leftovers are in the fridge, Santa has ridden past Macy's,
and your pants are fitting a bit more snugly then they were this time
last week, you know for sure that the holidays - and the...
November 16, 2009
Frequently, I find my job requires loads of creativity - and
paper - in order to find a solution for any given project. The funny
part about this is that the end result of these projects are all...
November 3, 2009
There’s not much that will get me out of bed before 7 AM
other than food, or more specifically, a market. Growing up in San Francisco,
from the age of 10 onwards, I would religiously get up in the...
October 19, 2009
Last week, I participated in the New York Thursday night activity
of gallery hopping. This time, though, I wasn't solely tempted by the
prospect of free booze mixed with incredible people watching...
October 5, 2009
What has four arms, four legs, two brains, and a strong
affinity for digital table saws? A Brooklyn Mammal, of course. If you are
unfamiliar with the organism, that’s because it’s in its infancy....
September 28, 2009
For two weekends in September,
Governors Island played host to Pioneers
of Change, a collection of Dutch designers and artists, exhibiting their
works in eleven officers’ houses on Nolan Circle, in...