Monthly Archives: January 2011
Another Mt. Airy Gardener column, wherein I pretend that I will actually do this important gardening task: The importance of planning
The real estate agent told me they used $1 million worth of antique tiles in the hallways and apartments when this building was restored. I just want a river-view window seat to read in. You can have the tile. House … Continue reading
I wrote about a local group’s efforts to create an art district along Greene Street in Germantown. Germantown art district gains steam I’ve covered arty endeavors in Germantown before, including this Philadelphia Inquirer article about the fabulous Mindy Flexer.
My vegetable garden is all planned out for the 2011 growing season. I have no idea how I will fit everything I want to grow, but I’ll worry about that later. Here’s my most recent gardening column: Starting seeds indoors: … Continue reading
It’s sleeting in Philadelphia. Phuket sounds dreamy right about now. House hunting in Thailand
I wrote my first restaurant review over the weekend. Earth Bread and Brewery: Good Beer, Good Food, Great Design Sense I talked about food, craft beer, and the interior design of a local NW Philly restaurant. I also talked about … Continue reading
We had our first big snowstorm of the season last week here in Philadelphia, so I wrote about the effects of snow and ice melters on gardens and trees. The gardener’s guide to snow