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You can bet she won’t be using Princess Cruises.
Too bad Mrs. Evanchik’s rag didn’t pick up the story. I betcha Krugman could have had some fun with it. But he’s very serious nowadays. He’s probably grumpy because he still has to work for a living. A mediocre prognosticator, he has excellent hindsight.
Last summer, Mrs. Evanchik and I, en famille et avec les enfants, enjoyed a simple day at nearby Flushing Meadows park. The U.S. Open tennis tournament was going on at the time, and we were in the park during Andre Agassi’s final match. We heard the cheers from Arthur Ashe stadium, and saw the tennis spectators being bussed through the park on the way to the stadium. We enjoyed ourselves watching the Latin American soccer clubs play ball at professional levels, while our son Jack kicked a soccer ball with another little boy. We wondered, as we ate some delicious empanadas bought ata park vendor’s stall, how much the tennis spectators were missing of this vibrant, exciting park, and we were amused that the soccer players and their fans couldn’t have cared less about the tennis tournament.
Mrs. Evanchik was so struck by the disconnect of the tennis tournament to the regular full life of the park, that she decided that it should be documented, so working with video wizard Mathew Orr at the New York Times, that is what she set about to do.
Here is the product of their work, a great video about the life of the park outside of the fancy gates of the U.S. Open.
The effervescently-talented Mrs. Monica Evanchik has taken on the enigmatically esoteric subject of street-sign lettering in her latest slide show for the New York Times. Much work was done by her to present this specialized subject in a manner both comprehensive and comprehensible for the layman.
Monica Evanchik has meandered into the mellifluos world of blanc de blanc champagnes in her latest presentation of a New York Times wine tasting. I have rarely heard the reviewers so enthusiastic about their selections.