Tonight I attended a free large-scale light installation at Columbia University’s Lenfest Center for the Arts called Waterlicht, which means “water light” in Dutch.
Waterlicht is a three-day only installation designed by Dutch artist Dan Roosengaarde.
More details can be found at the link below. From my experience, registering is not required. Just show up and enjoy!
I was walking up East 10th Street this afternoon when I saw a baker sculpting an
unusual looking cake. When I asked her what she was making, she said that it was
President Trump’s head stylized as a peach and that it was going to appear in a
television program. As I walked away, I wondered if the cake has a mint
flavor./New York, NY-2019.October.06
UPDATE/October.07-This cake was being made for Joy Behar’s birthday. It was
featured on The View this morning.
A starling surveys the surroundings in Battery Park/New York City
Yesterday, I took a spin on Coney Island’s famous “Wonder Wheel”
ferris wheel. The Wonder Wheel will celebrate its 100th birthday
next year, in 2020.