Monthly Archives: March 2011

When love first tasted


A Classic

(top) “You? Kill me? That’s a laugh.” Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011) via nevver;
(bottom) The Wave by Guillaume Seignac (1870-1924) via vasuki

Soft Spot

Love for Japan

love for Japan, a fund raising event inspired by the most affected prefectures: Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima. An evening with our friends Wynton Marsalis, Martha Stewart, Bjork, Yoko Ono, Julian Schnabel, Terence Koh, Patricia Field, Zac Posen and more. Music performances and a silent auction. 100% of proceeds donated to Japanese Society’s Earthquake Relief Fund and the Japanese Red Cross. Hosted at EN Japanese Brasserie

Wednesday, March 23, 435 Hudson St (at Leroy), New York, NY, 6:00pm

Loving is a clash of lightning bolts

When the memory has no more strength

When the memory has no more strength / PH: Ikkō Narahara;
ponyswim via precipice
film grain / PH: micahel gelinas

One touch of nature

One touch of nature makes the whole world kin. — William Shakespeare

Waters spin in a powerful whirlpool marking nature’s warning siren. Iberaki Prefecture (photo credit: Kyoto News via Associated Press)