Film

Mad for Zou Bisou Bisou

If you watched last Sunday’s season premier of Mad Men you may have found yourself singing this tune all week. Apparently this song is part of a 1960s French movement called Yé Yé Pop. FlavorWire has a great article on the movement. Zu bisou bisou was originally sung by 16-year-old Gillian Hills in 1961 (below). […]

Interior of The Gamble House, Greene and Greene

Greene and Greene Realize Our Dreams in INCEPTION

Last night I watched Christopher Nolan’s Inception for a second time. I can’t say that this time it all made sense, but I was able to let the plot go and focus on the amazing visuals and architectural references including some of my favorite designers — Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Frank Lloyd Wright and Charles and […]

“Sleep No More” comes to NYC

“Sleep No More” comes to NYC

One of the best theatrical experiences I have ever had is coming to New York City in March. The British theatre group, Punchdrunk, is bringing it’s production of Sleep No More to Chelsea. I had the luck to see the production with the American Repertory Theater in Brookline, MA last winter and will surely be heading […]