Archive for the ‘New York’ Category



I guess I still have a blog? That I haven’t updated in over two months? Yeah. Sorry about that. September was insane, with conferences and board meetings and receptions and curriculum development (seriously), and then October I was off galavanting across this great country (Skyline Drive, Charlottesville, Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville, Raleigh, Beaufort, Wilmington, the […]

(Apologies in advance for the ridiculous length of this post. It kinda got away from me a little…) So! Almost two weeks ago I went to New York for the BBC America Doctor Who preview. While some people could say I’ve been very lazy in writing about it, I would counter with the argument that […]

So yeah, I went to New York for the Doctor Who premiere. Ended up waiting in line for fourteen hours. Watched the two-parter season opener, which won’t be shown in the US or the UK for another two weeks. Saw Matt Smith, and Steven Moffat, and other cool people. It was… good? Crap? Boring? Exhausting? […]

The first time I visited New York, back in 2008, I went up to see Spamalot the musical on Broadway. The second visit was last month for Radiolab. And as I type I’m currently on a bus on my way to New York for the third time… to go to BBC America’s special advance screening […]

(Catching up on posts here! Sorry, I’m a bit behind. As usual.) So, last week on Monday I popped up to New York after work for two nights. Because that’s what you can do when you live on the Eastern Seaboard; pop up to New York. I love how close everything is! I went a […]