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Another dad from the alley is the artistic director of the Metropolis Ensemble – who took part in the Drifting in Daylight show at Central Park. I haven’t seen this part of the park in a long time, and we were all taken aback by how beautiful and peaceful it is only a few feet into the greenery from the street. Multiple artists had their work within walking distance from each other and the Metropolis Ensemble played on the boat the S.S. Hangover while viewers enjoyed the music from the shore.

More about Creative Times Drifting in Daylight and the artists:
-The SS Hangover and Ragnar Kjartansson info here.
-Solar paneled ice cream truck info here.
-The sphere that takes messages to heaven (according to Ezra) info is here.
-Re-enacting ‘Bullets over Broadway’ info is here.
-Tri-paneled painting info is here.

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While it’s a bit chilly today, the weekends have been amazing and warm . Ezra and his dad got a little ‘dad and son’ time at New York Air Show at Jones Beach, Long Island. A special thanks to Sean and Barbara Martens for the tickets (and to Sean for his infectious enthusiasm about all things that fly!)

photos by gregkessler.com

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A couple weekends ago we were back in the Boston suburbs and on ATVs again. Clearly I am lagging a bit on posting photos .. but this springy weekend was one that I couldn’t pass up sharing with everyone. What are YOU up to this weekend?
Have a lovely one!

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Nothing really beats getting to take on Manhattan on foot. We walked all around town this past weekend.. from Central Park to the High Line to Madison Square Park to see strange orbs filled with art. I am so happy the weather is improving – I can’t wait for more treks around the city.

What are you up to this weekend?

a French Bulldog in an uptown shop eats Ezra's hat

a French Bulldog in an uptown shop eats Ezra’s hat

our favorite stone slide is open again in Central Park

our favorite stone slide is open again in Central Park

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my little tree huggers

my little tree huggers

testing out hip seats in Vitra in the Meatpacking District

testing out hip seats in Vitra in the Meatpacking District

Standard Hotel at the High Line

Standard Hotel at the High Line

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Standard Hotel has some cool divider walls

Standard Hotel has some cool divider walls

taking the green elevator to the High Line

taking the green elevator to the High Line

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checking art at a Chelsea gallery

checking art at a Chelsea gallery

Zoe's face was painted by famous artist Kenny Scharf

Zoe’s face was painted by famous artist Kenny Scharf

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Gazing Globes by Paula Hayes

Gazing Globes by Paula Hayes

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On the A, E and C line at 14th Street in Manhattan one can find these adorable sculptural ‘critters’ all over the platform. Ezra adores them – see more about them by clicking here.

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It’s back to being cold here of course, and when we make that first foray to Central Park and then realize that we are freezing – it’s always great to pop into The Met Museum (again) for warmth and an afternoon of sketching sculpture.

Zoe's favorite purple Klimt

Zoe’s favorite purple Klimt

Explaining to Ezra why we cannot afford a Picasso

Explaining to Ezra why we cannot afford a Picasso

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lots of still subjects to sketch

lots of still subjects to sketch

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While we went to Target to get Zoe her prize for sleeping in her own bed, a snow storm hit and we needed to stop somewhere warm and cozy to eat. What better cold-weather dish than broth and noodles in this the more authentic Chinatown of Queens? We did a bit of walking around to find an underground ‘mall’ of more restaurants, and discovered how dumplings are made. Biang’s panda prints and green dumplings are hands down the best!

LOVE these panda prints on the walls of Biang

LOVE these panda prints on the walls of Biang

such a cold and blustery night

such a cold and blustery night

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some remaining bits of Chinese New Year

some remaining bits of Chinese New Year

Zoe checks out the dumpling making

Zoe checks out the dumpling making

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this basement mall of food feels more like a trip to Hong Kong

this basement mall of food feels more like a trip to Hong Kong

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