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June 25, 2006

Soccer chapel


A fresco for the Cologne train station for Adidas. Created by TBWA.

June 21, 2006

Happy jay/day


I'm in Charlotte, NC, on business, and am here with the former C/D NY Account Planner, Ted Nelson. Ted is doing focus groups for a secret website project for which I'm the creative director. I also had dinner last night here in Charlotte with the lovely Eve Luppert, who is head of human resources for Landdesign, a big landscape architectural firm.

I hope you have a lovely jay/day!

What's jay/day you ask? Read this: http://www.jayday.org/jayday.html


June 12, 2006

Jay's toast


When Jay raised his glass to toast Dede Dalton (his longtime assistant in NY) and Gordon McMahon at their wedding, Jay began his toast by saying "I never liked Gordon."

(If you look on the far left, you may spy Adelaide Horton in the crowd.)

June 08, 2006



Express your inner Pollock.

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June 04, 2006

Lost alums

When I sent out the last mass mailing, the following alums turned up missing. If you know where they are, have them contact me and provide me with updated contact information:

John Shrair, Alex Lyus, Mike Sweeney, Joe Calabrese, Hilary Cochran, Chris Tallman, and Jon Hartman

Alisa Cohen-Kessler


This lovely photo of Alisa Cohen-Kesller and her son was enclosed in a newsletter from her health consulting company, LifeBerries. Here's her recipe for steamed spring vegetables ...

Recipe of the Month: Spring Sprouting Steamer Prep Time: 3 minutes Cook Time: 5 minutes Serves: 4

1 zucchini
1 summer squash
1 package mixed crunchy sprouts (lentil, adzuki, mung, garbanzo)
3 tablespoons of freshly chopped tarragon
1 tablespoon of ghee (clarified butter) or butter
4 lemon wedges
salt to taste
1. Slice zucchini and summer squash in circles, about 1/4 inch thick and steam with
sprouts for about 5 minutes or until desired tenderness.
2. Toss with tarragon, ghee and salt in bowl.
3. Serve with lemon wedge.
Try fresh herbs like parsley, dill, cilantro, or mint for a totally different taste.