• I Still Love You New York Last summer, we left the city of New York. Our Cherokee (the old boxy type, hurriedly but lovingly bought in a crowded lot in Long Island) was loaded down with precious cargo- things too special to load into the moving truck. A note from translator Gregory Rabassa inscribed into Cortazar’s HOPSCOTCH, my  grandmother’s demitasse cups. […] Verbal Vixen 0 Comments August 12, 2014
  • Breaking News: The Brooklyn Book Festival Interview In our continued effort to stay relevant, TLM sent our reknowed Ronald Templeton to the Brooklyn Book Festival. It’s been three weeks, and we haven’t heard from him. However, the following interview between Templeton, The Internet Poet and The Epic Poet was pieced together from several napkins. No one involved has any memory of this. […] theepicpoet 0 Comments October 10, 2012
  • Sunrise Over New York Riding in a cab, windows down cruising on the open road toward home, we caught the sunrise over the great city of New York. What a way to welcome us back to the city that never sleeps (or if it does, it’s only from five to five thirty am). Bienvenidos a Nueva York indeed. Verbal Vixen 0 Comments August 19, 2012
  • Marilyn Monroe is Hot in the City It’s hot in the city, but Marilyn Monroe is hotter, and if you hurry you can catch Lawrence Schiller’s stunning and intimate photographs until June 30th. The exhibit, located at the Steven Kasher Gallery on West 23rd Street in New York, includes fifty prints, some newly discovered, of the iconic lady. We love the addition of contact […] Verbal Vixen 0 Comments June 20, 2012
  • Rockaway Taco: Seriously the BEST If you live in the great metropolis that is New York City, you are a lucky soul. In addition to the unending list of reasons we’ve discussed before, we have just discovered the most delicious, delectable, mind boggling fish taco in New York. It’s  accessible by subway! It’s super cheap! It’s in Rockaway Beach, Queens and you […] Verbal Vixen 0 Comments June 19, 2012
  • Scouting About for the Little Red Lighthouse in NYC We love to explore New York. Ever since moving way uptown to Washington Heights, we’ve been walking, running, and nosing about to discover the good, the bad, and the ugly about our little neighborhood. When we discovered that there was a little red lighthouse under the George Washington Bridge, we were intrigued. This weekend, we’re going to […] Verbal Vixen 0 Comments May 11, 2012