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Where is Your Happy Place?

May 26, 2015

Alessandro Apai

Summer’s coming. Will you be on a blanket at the beach, in a boat by the lake or cozy inside reading a book? I’ll be grilling white corn on the BBQ.

Drawing by Alessandro Apai

Diamond Lust

May 22, 2015

Kurt Pio

On the wall, right where it belongs.

Diamond by Kurt Pio

Rorschach Test

May 21, 2015

Andrew B. Myers

What does this look like to you?

Photo by Andrew B. Meyers

What Would You Erase?

May 20, 2015

Tom Friedman

There are a couple of choices, that in retrospect seem pivotal, that I would like to redo. It’s a waste of time, really, so I try not to get stuck there. But every once in awhile, I wonder, what if….?

Art by Tom Friedman

Is There a Bike in your Life?

May 19, 2015

Taliah Lempert

 

Bicycle Painting by Taliah Lempert

Never Say Goodbye

May 18, 2015

When Mad Men debuted in 2007 with these gorgeous opening credits, I was an instant fan. Online, I watched the title sequence again and again, even showing it to a web designer as inspiration for First Person Singular. It was with a heavy heart that I viewed the finale. But I made a celebration of it, inviting friends over for dinner of Pot au Feu and chocolate. I’ve already rewatched the final episode, and I’m comforted the show will live on in digital perpetuity.

End of Week Zen

May 15, 2015

Emily BlincoePhoto by Emily Blincoe

Unprocessed

May 14, 2015

Lernert & Sander.cubes

Cubes by Lernert & Sander

 

Sometimes Enough is Enough

May 13, 2015

Lee Crutchley

Illustration by Lee Crutchley

How to Stay Afloat

May 12, 2015

Stability.Laura Berger

My happily married parents had a wide circle of friends with whom they regularly socialized. There were weekly games nights in the neighborhood, monthly trips into Manhattan for dinner and theater, and the annual, raucous New Year’s Eve bash complete with noisemakers, pointy hats and party games. The group also rallied for the tough times – the hospital stays and the funerals. It was a potent lesson about the bonds of community and it has served me well.

Stability by Laura Berger