At 9 a.m. Saturday morning, Bertram Levy, a short, mustachioed sailor wearing the beret he is known to wear got in line at the Northwest Maritime Center to sign up for the annual Shipwrights' Regatta. In front of him were two novice sailors -- young men from the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, with zero … Continue reading Eating a sandwich during a sailboat race
Move over Chanel No. 5: artist and chemist create money fragrance Mike Bouchet’s latest “sculpture” fills all 45,000 cubic feet of the white-walled, concrete-floored Marlborough Chelsea art gallery. There’s nothing to see. But don’t let the bare walls confuse you: the art is the smell. For his latest exhibition, entitled “Tender,” Bouchet has created the … Continue reading Smelling Green
On the tail end of a week of disappointment, my professor declared it to be story day. In the library of the journalism building, where the tall windows showed the sprawling East Village and let the setting sun fall on our heads, each one of my classmates stood up and told a true story about … Continue reading Story Day
I read The American Way of Eating: Undercover at Walmart, Applebee's, Farm Fields and the Dinner Table for my Undercover Reporting class and so, like with any class reading, I expected to do the bare minimum of actual reading. (I realize this makes me seem like a grade A slacker, but the "Do All Readings" … Continue reading The American Way of Eating – Tracie McMillan
Judy's kitchen has a max capacity of 2 people. But that's okay because it was just the two of us on a stifling hot Saturday when we thought we couldn't go to the beach because it was going to rain so instead we made desserts. Lots of desserts. Our initial plan was to make … Continue reading One Summer Day
Photos from my NYU Journalistic Inquiry class tour of the New York Times.