Category - travel
They made a big deal before the opening curtain about no photography, and I complied… right until the very end.
I can only hope that this one stolen photo conveys what a great show this is, in so many ways. I’d seen the movie years ago (would you believe on my iPhone, when that was a novel thing to do?), and so had forgotten the story altogether.
The music… the performances… the story… all outstanding.
And, best of all, unlike “The Book of Mormon,” you can actually get tickets for Kinky Boots…
Whips me up a cup of Sumatra in the Clover at the Times Square Starbcks:
This caught my eye at the Starbucks on Times Square.
Do the math… that’s some bargain, huh?
Hospitable, aren’t they?
The chandelier above the balcony at the Al Hirschfeld Theater on 45th Street in New York, we have come to see the absolutely outstanding stage production of “Kinky Boots.”
“Social” media in the real world?
After driving around for nearly an hour trying to find a decent burgers-and-beer bar/tavern in Stamford, CT, we finally settled on this place:
…timing is everything.
We were in Darien, Connecticut. After running an errand, we were looking for something to do… found a link to the historic Bates-Scofield House and museum and thought that might be an interesting way to while a way some time.
Until we got there and found this:
Something rather like this happened when we were in Scotland…
Ann and I will be spending the week of Feb 19-25 in the New York City area. We’re going up primarily for the wedding of my niece, my sister’s daughter Emily.
I’m not particularly keen on the idea of going anywhere north of the Mason Dixon line this time of year…