Having lived in Greenwich Village for 12 years, it will forever feel like home to me. So it was an incredible honor when the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation invited me to speak to their membership about markets. The event took place last Thursday at the Leroy Street Branch of the New York Public Library (NYPL), and it was a wonderful experience.Read more →
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I am honored and humbled to be giving a presentation for the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. This organization is incredibly important and successful in keeping New York’s Greenwich Village safe from harmful development projects that threaten this bucolic and historic neighborhood from all directions. There is truly no place on earth like the Village. Because of the dedicated people at GVSHP and their supporters, the Village remains a vital, dynamic and diverse part of the city with green spaces, sky views, and wonderful architecture for everyone to enjoy.
Until just a few years ago, I thought of heirloom items as Grandma’s lace doilies and tomatoes. So imagine my delight when I discovered heirloom seeds (auctioned off at Sotheby’s no less) for heirloom vegetables, and heritage breeds of farm animals that are truly a part of our national history.Read more →
UPDATE! The Winners Are: – For Markets of New York City: Paul Pena – For SchoolHouse Kitchen: Connie George – For Shaya Fine Handcrafted Jewelry: Blythe Bondoc Congratulations! Thanks to everyone for entering! Stay tuned for more giveaways! To kick off the new season, the new school year, and theRead more →