Amanda Melson, Tim Manley, Adam Wade, Elisa Albert and Alex Edelman at How I Learned On My Summer Vacation. With their host Blaise Allysen Kearsley.
I’ve been shooting photos at this event for years now. I can’t believe you fools haven’t come yet. It’s the best.
Saeed Jones, Lori Petty and Mona Eltahawy (and the illustrations of their tattoos) joined Isaac Fitzgerald and Wendy MacNaughton at the Pen & Ink book launch party at the Housing Works Bookstore (October 7th, 2014).
Isaac Fitzgerald and Wendy MacNaughton at last night’s Pen & Ink book launch party at Housing Works. Tattoos and books and GIFs, oh my!
The London Review of Books has the coolest email signup situation ever. Yes, that is a manual typewriter hooked up to an iPad. Yes I want one of these.
First bookseller I’ve seen with a musical accompaniment.
Fools on a bridge. On a lock. In Ottawa.
The World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta is so great.
The highlight was the exhibit on New Coke, including the lawsuit filed against the company by a group of Coke drinkers. That, and the exhibit on how the bottling process works.
Alison Leiby at May’s How I Learned It’s Not Like In The Movies.
For more awesome storytelling fun, come to tonight’s show, How I Learned to Make a Mixtape at Union Hall in Brooklyn.
My night last night: baking cookies and watching The West Wing (season 7, for those playing at home).
Wednesday night’s “How I Learned to Live In New York" show, featuring Sasheer Zamata, James Bewley, Maris Kreizman, Bob Powers and Choire Sicha, hosted, as always, by Blaise Kearsley.
I’ll see you there next month, right?