A Day in the Life

November 9, 2018

Zaza in Spencertown, waiting for breakfast.

Drive into Hudson…

The porchetta and pickled shallot sandwich at Talbott & Arding – astonishingly simple and filled with flavor. Perfect food to eat in the car.

Listened to Colm Toibin’s wonderful House of Names as we drove south.

Then a meeting about the upcoming In Your Face show, which I will be headlining on December 6th.

Beginning of the Nobody is Above the Law march in Times Square, which grew larger as we marched.  Ran into director James Schamus along the way, then a few more friends who ran out to say hello and joined us.

After the march ended in Union Square we went looking for dinner. Long waits everywhere.  After wandering around,  increasingly hungry, for at least an hour we ended up at Hearth eating anchovies butter and bread …

meatballs, and…

this crisply delicious chicken.

When I looked at my phone it told me I had walked 7 miles.  A good day!

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