An Encounter with Mary-Louise Parker

Posted by The G on October 16, 2013 under Encounters with G | Read the First Comment

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Mary Louise Parker and Geoffrey Dicker

Mary-Louise Parker and Geoffrey Dicker

OMG!  The one and only Nancy Botwin!  Mary-Louise Parker is currently starring in “The Snow Geese” on Broadway.  The play only runs through mid-December 2013, so if you want your chance to see MLP in the flesh, you have to act quickly.  The story, set in post World War II, focuses on a recent widow (played by Mary-Louise Parker) confronting the reality that he recently deceased husband left their wealthy family in massive debt.   The cast is great, and for me, a huge fan of “Weeds,” it was great to watch Mary-Louise Parker on stage for 2 hours.  After the show, she briefly signed autographs and took photos with the show goers and it was a perfect end to a perfect night!  Thanks Mary-Louise!  You can find out more about “The Snow Geese” and get your tickets at this link (which will open in a new window).

Showtime House

Posted by The G on October 4, 2009 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

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The Showtime House At The Tribeca Summit Loft Condominiums Now Thru October 18, 2009

The Showtime House At The Tribeca Summit Loft Condominiums Now Thru October 18, 2009

At the Tribeca Summit Loft in Manhattan, the greatest designers in the world have partnered with the TV channel Showtime and have created rooms inspired by current Showtime programming.  The shows that have inspired these amazing rooms are: Californication, Dexter, Nurse Jackie, The Tudors, United States of Tara and Weeds.  The results are simply amazing.

The Tribeca Summit Loft Condominiums are two deluxe penthouses that retail for the bargain price of $13,000,000.  This exhibit runs through October 18, 2009 and if you bring your Time Warner Cable bill, you can get in for free.  Otherwise, admission is $20 (and is tax deductible).  Either way, this exhibit is not to be missed.  The exhibit is located at 415 Greenwich Street and benefits the Housing Works project, which provides services to homeless and low-income New Yorkers living with HIV and AIDS.

See more amazing pictures of this exhibit after the jump.

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