Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Switched-On Garden 002

Philly friends: Come listen to electronic music played in America’s oldest surviving botanic garden. This Sunday Oct. 14 around 6pm I’ll be performing a “sonic essay” at The Switched-On Garden 002 with Laura Baird, Gretchen Lohse, and Dino Lionetti. It … Continue reading

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The Kent Wang Treatment Continues

Shanghai haberdasher Kent Wang just sent me one of his fetching “cat” pocket squares and a printed version of one of my pocket square fold pdfs that he had made for an issue of Details. I’m actually designing a pocket … Continue reading

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Household Chores

In my house, this is how we change a light bulb. (Actually, it’s the aftermath of the sixth wedding ceremony I’ve served as an officiant. My congratulations to Ben and Andrea: a long and happy life to you both.) Photo … Continue reading

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Weird NJ

The gang at Weird NJ dropped by a few years ago, but then I never heard anything more. I had assumed that I didn’t make the cut, as it were. A couple friends noticed this blurb about me below an … Continue reading

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Last Sign of Summer

Well, here I am expecting to be congratulated for putting on clothes again. Some things never change. But I have to say this summer, despite spending most of it hiding out in the basement working on this Whitman book for … Continue reading

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A Gathering of the Dandiacal Tribe

I’ve been away from the dandiacal demimonde for some time, so when my friends Rose Callahan and Natty Adams kindly invited me to attend their panel discussion on dandies at the National Arts Club in Manhattan, I decided it was … Continue reading

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