In January, rumors swirled that the art collector and patron Agnes Gund had sold her prized 1962 Roy Lichtenstein “Masterpiece” for a whopping $150 million, placing it among the 15 highest known prices ever paid for an artwork.

havent watched any french open but the mens final just started on nbc. nadal is back in form. vying for 10th french open win vs wawrinka whos going for 4th grand slam title.  

wild (mountain) spinach

pulsing oreo thins 

qualifies for free shipping!

nyt: zahavs  hummus

almost missed the champions league final due to benign neglect. on fox at 245. real madrid v. juventus.

shake shack burger recipe

Mets apologize after Mr. Met gets caught flipping the bird at a fan.

enjoying the american masters series. this season Chefs!

Another May makes its escape

Into a lifetime’s legacy of months;

Only so many to be had


A Branch of May

May contain:

Blackburnian Warbler


Summer Tanager


Yellow-billed Cuckoo


Turkey Vulture

(Not so pretty, but it has a red head.)


And keeping it in the family

Wilson’s Warbler

octopus dna not from space


fire island from above

central park photographed just before dawn

Roseanne to return 2018 with original cast including both Beckys.

The Lower East Sides hip movie house, the Landmark Sunshine Cinema, will close when its lease expires in January 2018, The Post has learned.

The 30,000-square-foot building at 139 E. Houston St. has been sold for $31.5 million to developers East End Capital and K Property Group, which will convert it to a mixed-use development with retail and upstairs office space. The site includes 20,000 square feet of air rights.

my computer is telling me 94 degrees in the outside land. anyone confirm that anecdotally? 

this Turkish security and Kurdish protester clash video document (in DC) of the protest is somewhere inbetween opperatic and cinimatic.

The American Dreamer