Playing through March 5, the Boston Ballet’s “Artifact” portrays a startling battle between past and present for control of the collective consciousness. The first show of a five-year collaboration with star choreographer William Forsythe, “Artifact” delivers a chilling and refreshingly contemporary performance. The piece originally debuted in 1984 at Ballet Frankfurt, though Forsythe made significant…Read More
From left to right: 1) Living in the galleries, per usual. 2) Tools of the trade. 3) Coordinating coffee cups and books. 4) Thanksgiving treats. 5) Ballet season. 6) The only thing I love more than looking at art is watching other people look at art.
From left to right: 1) Celebrating Mother Russia with Three Sisters and Onegin. 2) Pairing my Kent Stetson bag with an equally zany Pynchon novel. 3) Embracing spring with bright colors. 4) Hard at work on a great story about the Skinner rug & carpet auction. 5) A preview of Rory Flynn’s latest novel Dark Horse, hitting shelves in June. 6) Anything with goat cheese, please and thank you.
As a young fashionista, I’ve always been attracted to the glamour of that famous Louboutin red sole. Unfortunately I don’t have a casual thousand dollars to drop on one pair of shoes (rent, anyone?). So when I saw these beautiful flats at TJ Maxx sporting that signature pop of color and a significantly decreased price tag,…Read More