"A Film Set is OPEN HEART SURGERY"
Werner Herzog (via graphemefilms)
Lena Horne with a group of Tuskegee Airmen on January 1, 1945. There are countless photos of Ms. Horne visiting Tuskegee Airmen and other military personnel to show her support for their service. She also showed her support for them by refusing to perform for segregated military audiences during World War II. Photo: Associated Press.
I just received notice that our building is officially surrounded by water coming up from the Hudson and over the West Side Highway.
It’s not even 8:00pm yet and that’s when the surge is really supposed to push.
It’s a strange feeling…to be so concerned about an office building. It’s not something most 9-5’rs (do those exist in Manhattan?) really understand but it truly is my second home. I care about that Frank Gehry structure and while I’m relatively certain that the damage won’t be anything catastrophic, there’s still a protective presence that I can’t really explain. How over dramatic would it be to state that I kind of understand why people don’t leave their homes when severe weather is heading towards them simply because they need to “protect” what they have?
I’m safe and sound and we were joking earlier about how “Sandy isn’t really impressing us” but now that it’s dark and we’ve seen just a flicker or three of the lights in this apartment, it’s all becoming a bit more eerie.
Emily posted this. E Levin… L.E.S - I miss you. That’s all
Pulitzer and Tony winning playwright Doug Wright (via notjusthealthy)
we had mexican food last night… i think it upset his stomach enough for some AWESOME somnilingual discussion.
3:47 AM - Grand pronouncement ” THIS IS ME…HORNY
Him : When did I get a weave?
Me : What?
Him: you should send the receipt
Me : to Whom?
Him : Weave Master Flash