Our editors are driving away the winter blues this week by looking to sources of inspiration and comfort, like The Selby, seed catalogues, and chicken soup.
Since we publish the stuff, we’re naturally biased toward celebrating all of our content. We’re here for you though, reader, and are always curious about which stories you enjoy most.
I’ve already said how inspired I am by the lifelong writings of Wendell Berry, so imagine my delight in recently listening to him in conversation with The Stone Barns Center’s president Fred Kirschenmann.
The day’s finally here! Mermaid’s Garden Market, the city’s first fully sustainable seafood market, is now open in Prospect Heights “after five years of planning and six years of building.”
Combining their talents, the duo behind Noble Goods created an artisanal design and fabrication company that specializes in modern home furnishings in wood and resin.
Susannah Tisue has been throwing, glazing and firing porcelain for almost a decade. At SKT ceramics, she creates sturdy tableware with hand-drawn illustrations of wild animals that “add a little bit of narrative to your table.”
As our own Rachel Wharton reported earlier this week in the New York Times, Bill will retire next month. We’re long time fans of his work and even had the great honor of publishing one of his stories back in 2010.
Soon you won’t need to leave the city to get salt water taffy and the memories of childhood summers at the beach that come along with it. Marisa Wu and Carolyn Walsh, candy lovers and partners at Salty Road taffy, are looking to bring their taffy business back to its original home in Brooklyn.