Category Archives: Sax in the City

Catch an Expeditious App and Put It In Your Pocket!

Six cities have updated wanderlusting apps from Fodor’s Travel, who has announced the re-launch of their City Guide apps for iPhone and iPad (Nook and Android versions are in the works). The free apps now integrate partner functionality from Expedia, … Continue reading

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Sax & the City: the Musical

Sax in the City is stuck at the computer today so I thought I’d throw a question out to those of you who find yourselves in the same situations. I’m working on the last four chapters of a book project … Continue reading

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How Deluded Can You Be?

Sax in the City was out and about last night, trekking with good pals Susan Wilber and Sarah Frazier to the Harvey Theater last night to see Laurie Anderson perform Delusion as part of the Brooklyn Art Museum’s 2010 Next … Continue reading

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The Little Black Frame

It’s Sax in the City here. As I’ve roamed around The Village this afternoon thinking about the adroyt salon, a theme emerged and it has me thinking that a little black frame is to an interior what a little black … Continue reading

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Oldies and Goodies: Side by Side

I happened into Olde Good Things today to see what’s in store because there always seems to be something new to see in this shop that sells antiques and “altered antiques.” If you’re a fan of patina, you’ll get a … Continue reading

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BeeLine II to Debut Soon

I’m at Bunny Williams’ design studio for a peek at the latest offerings in her furnishings collection, the new introductions called BeeLine Home Collection II, which she’ll launch at High Point in October. She’s been in Honduras working on the … Continue reading

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