This is gonna sound a little dry for some of you (you move your mouth when you sign your name) and a little Socialist for some of you (you eat the poor & move your mouth when you sign your name) but it may appeal to the more erudite and sophisticated (you read The Trad) who have nothing to do tomorrow night except watch PBS.
There's gonna be a talk (I lost half of you) on the history (10% more) of NYC's garment industry by Andrew Dolkart, the director of Historic Preservation at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture (there's one of you left and she works for the National Park Service). Details are here.
It's at the Museum of the City of New York tomorrow night at 6:30 PM. Reservations are required but the entrance fee for my
Look, I'm going and there's not even a bar.