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brooklyn blogfest


if you're in the ny area and are free this evening from 8-10, head over to park slope for the first annual brooklyn blogfest. bloggers like myself and the gang from brownstoner will be speaking and celebrating all things brooklyn and blogs. click here for more info. hope to see you there!



Blogger Funky Finds said...

How cool! I wish we had one here (TX)!

3:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey there, Grace! I made me way over to the Old Stone House a few minutes of nine last night, but the place was locked as tight as a drum; no one at Perch, either...Hmmm...maybe the poor weather discouraged takers. I was hoping to meet you and trade Paris design destination tips.... Next time!
A fellow design fan (AKA John in P. Slope)

11:34 AM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

so sorry john! did you try that door facing 4th ave? maybe they locked it during the lecture part?

so sorry


4:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey there, Grace, thanks for the reply! Yes, all the doors were locked and, oddly, I couldn't see that lights were on anywhere (perhaps ya'll were in an interior room) or that the A/C was on.....(I hope to some kinda god that A/C or sumpthin' to dehumidify was in effect last night!) Well, next time we'll meet. Your name came up in conversation with a design writer at the Phaidon Design Encyclopedia book launch party at Conran's, and I thought it'd be good to meet you, being that I've been enjoying your blog (I'm a new convert) and trying to make time to add comments to your trend notes (i.e., the "facets"--you're so right; I was also thinking about those Ted Muehling "tortoise shell" glass pieces for Steuben and that popular faceted vase at MoMA last year). Anyway, we shall meet soon, jointly covet that comely desk from Brklyn Designs (from the dude with the Mayan first name...can't recall it off the toppa my head), swap Paris fave pastry joints, and riff on IKEA...lol...Cheers!

7:41 PM  

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