Friday Links - I heart NY

What an odd, crazy week. Still getting back to normal after Sandy - and sending lots of positive vibes out to all of those who are still suffering in the aftermath of that terrible storm. It didn't feel right to focus too much on events these past few days, so I'm ending this week with a couple of random links cause I'm in a New York state of mind. My sister was supposed to have an Anniversary party this weekend up in NYC. It was cancelled for obvious reasons. And though I'm really sad not to be back there and see family and friends, this makes me realize it was probably a wise decision. Damn you, Sandy. But I love that in typical fashion, New Yorkers are pushing through. And I especially adore that Bill Cunningham is already back on the street. If you like documentaries by the way, check this out. It's fantastic.

And for a bit of a laugh (couldn't we all use one?) - this hilarious gif reenactment of the hurricane.

And finally, some Brooklyn love for my old 'hood. I'm obsessed with Anthony Bourdain's show, No Reservations. It's his final season, and his final show? Will be Brooklyn. Well done, Bourdain, well done. Don't miss it this coming Monday.

Here's to a better week next week - stay safe this weekend everyone and be grateful for what you've got.