Posts tagged the great comet
MY COMET RIDE TO THE TONYS

The 2017 Tony Awards are over. It's taken me a week to recover. Wow - After a moment of calm it feels like the Tony performance was such a blur. The lights went down, the crowd cheered, hearts were tired but it was adrenaline pushing us through to the last kick of our performance. Groban started us off, we shot out like a cannon and the rest was a blur. All I remember was Keegan Key's voice announcing our long show title, trying to look fierce without falling on my face, losing my breath, it all being over and then getting on the bus back to the theatre to change out of our costumes. It was such a high and walking into work Tuesday felt like the comedown. It was as if the Tony buzz drugs wore off, we were all soberly back to Earth and got to revel in the 2 Tony awards that we get to call our own.

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CRANBERRY INFUSED VODKA & The Russian Samovar

My first sip of puckery cranberry infused vodka came from one of my many nights at the Russian Samovar on West 54th Street. In this comfortably warm and perfectly bourgeois Theatre District hideaway (co-owned by Mikhail Baryshnikov) you can feel and smell that this place is straight out of the homeland even without ever stepping foot in Russia.

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SUNDAY ROUNDUP: Weekly Favorites

Looking for a juice spot while working in Chicago, I found B'Gabs Goodies in the south side hood of Hyde Park, a hippy-dippy juice and vegan food spot with walls lined with drawers of Chinese and Ayurvedic herbs. The co-owner, who needs his own TV show, introduced me to a tonic he swore by and takes 3 times a day as a shot.

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SUNDAY ROUNDUP: Weekly Favorites

If you're a mushroom nerd (a mycophile) like me and you live in NYC, do yourself a favor before it gets too cold and go visit the 'Blue Oyster Cultivation' booth at the Union Square Greenmarket. They're a small family business based out of Ithaca, NY. 

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