It’s a fish market, but there’s no ice. Instead, the tuna belly, king mackerel, and sea trout rest on pottery as colorful as their contents in a 39-degree glass case […]
Had some friends return from Japan recently and they couldn’t stop talking about how clean and orderly everything was. They were there for hanami, too, the Japanese ritual of going […]
Humans have been making pottery objects for at least 27,000 thousand years—let that sink in for a moment—and the earliest ceramics were either made simply from clay or from a […]
Local artist Hannah Simmons and Greenpointers Market coordinator Yuka Miyata are fundraising to bring an important art project to children in an area of Japan that is still recovering from […]
Serene electronic duo Imperial Topaz cobbled together this week’s cheerful mix. …anyone else hear that ice-cream truck jingle?
If you see this beautifully decorated tree in McCarren Park today, feel free to take an ornament in remembrance of the Earthquake and Tsunami that devastated Japan on 3/11/11.
With over 70 vendors there are over 70 reasons to come to our Holiday Market this Sunday 12/8/13! Here is just one: Japanese Honey Sponge Cake aka Kasutera! I discovered the […]
This article made possible by a donation to our Writer’s Fund by Anonymous. Internet trends come and go and if you’re not paying attention, you’ll miss out on some interesting social science […]