May 3, 2021

kwee's week in photos

Solaris / 2001 Solaris / Upstream Color via Kneipp's Lavender Bath Oil a conversation between Gloria Steinem and Vanessa Springora, the latter of whom wrote the completely devastating and spell-binding book Consent ε°η™½θœ (baby bok choy) my absolute favorite vegetable finally the streets of new york city are rightfully tarred and feathere...
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April 26, 2021

kwee's week in photos

livin' in a box summer interlude they are beauty, they are grace, they are elegance and taste happy birthday brudda Meet Dante, A Rhodesian Ridgeback that once won Best in Show my beautiful beautiful friend Reid released the most delightful music video for his song, Pillow Song, on Friday mangod
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April 19, 2021


it was a dark, heavy, relentless week. Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo, the continuing trauma of George Floyd's murder at the Derek Chauvin trial. The villainization of victims, the villainization of justified outrage. brutality at the protests protesting police brutality, brutality all the way down. Jim Pagels. An urbanist and bike safety ...
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April 12, 2021

🍝 rao's pronounced ray-oh's 🍝

in 2016, I became aware of Rao's in two different ways and I don't remember which came first. 1. one night I came home to my roommate making a nice heaping plate of simple spaghetti and tomato sauce. I sat down to say hello and he proudly showed me the tomato sauce he was using: Rao's. He said this was the very best tomato sauce, a tru...
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April 5, 2021

love letter to cinema culture in nyc

at my happiest, - I'm going to the movies several times a week (mainly repertory) - only a few people are at the screening - I'm able to sit in my favorite seat and exit quickly through a quiet little side door - I recognize a person or two and we might say a brief hello between screenings and there's no better place to do this than in...
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March 29, 2021

ΰΌΌ ぀ β—•_β—• ༽぀ missing and loving animals

yesterday, I had the completely silly experience of meeting a pack of 5 alpacas I learned alpacas are an entirely domesticated breed, and are distant relatives of the camel 🐫. They like being around people, but don't particularly like being petted/touched β›”πŸ‘‰πŸ»πŸ‘ˆπŸ»β›” a group of alpacas is actually called a herd, but I think a pack o' alpaca...
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March 21, 2021


You've made it nearly to the end! This is your final clue. Go to the site of a former body of water where the S.S. ________ used to make berth. Look for a box that has β€œPeter” written on it in large neon green lettering.
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March 15, 2021

conversations-thoughts from a year ago

β€œWhat final pre-pandemic memory do you keep returning to? What were you and your loved ones or colleagues talking about a year ago?” When: February 20, 2020 Where: NYC, driving to JFK Airport for a flight to South America Mental state: Harried, running late Medium: Phone call -- My mom: are you bringing any masks with you? Me: Why mask...
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March 8, 2021

...and I find myself jumping platforms yet again

I've been writing on Substack, but now I'm jumping headfirst into a brand spankin' new space for writing/sharing: ! For some context, is a paid email provider that unfurled to much fanfare this past summer. I was collapsing under the weight of the 5-8 personal email addresses I use, and so what better way to comba...
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March 4, 2021

What am I doing on Hey World?

Migrated from Instagram to Substack, now migrating from Substack to Hey World. Writing as a part of an Iron Blogger and toying with how I experience, articulate, and share my way through the world. Friends & loved ones: I’ll send a missive to your email once a week, generally Sunday nights!
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