As I write this, I could swear I hear celebrity TV chef Gordon Ramsay's voice bellowing down 36th Street from Café Hon, 1002 W. 36th St. The host of
I admit, I generally don't watch the show. My tastes run more toward
And yesterday I got a call from a very excited Debbie Stoll from Kiss N' Make-Up, 827 W. 36th St., who was freaked out in a total fangirl sort of way. All she could say was, "Buster is in my store! Buster is in my store!" Eventually, I was able to figure out that she was referring to
Here are some other star-studded events to keep an eye out for …
On Nov. 10, author "Rev. Jen" will venture out from
Nov. 19 is the next installment of the acclaimed 510 Reading Series at Minás Gallery And Boutique, 815 W. 36th St. Hosted by Michael Kimball and Jen Michalski, this evening's readings will by Joshua Mohr, Stephanie Barber, Ben Loory and Mike Young.
On Nov. 22, Jeffrey Lewis and The Junkyard will play The Golden West Café, 1105 W. 36th St.), with The Creepers, starting at 10 p.m..
And if, like me, you're having a hard time believing it's already November, The Miracle on 34th Street is getting ready to start up again, so that should come as a wakeup call. Although its website, http://www.christmasstreet.com appears to have not been updated since last year (at the time of this writing), the light display traditionally kicks off the Saturday after Thanksgiving, so that means this year the lights would be on starng Saturday, Nov. 26.
And finally, if you want to keep up on information and actions regarding the uncertain future of the Roosevelt Park Recreation Center, 1121 W. 36th St., there is a group on