[Pink Pig Time Machine: April 4, 2016]
Not much shaking at the beginning of April ten years ago, but I got around town for some casual eating here and there. Mainly downtown, I admit.
And the event of the week was the twentieth anniversary of the official opening of Poet's House, a project by poet Stanley Kunitz and arts administrator Betty Kray to found "a place for poetry." The celebration involved a very solid buffet at Jardin Bistro in SoHo, near the institution's home on Spring Street.