Reader: October 11, 2012

- Rirkrit Tiravanija replicates Arto Lindsay’s apartment for this exhibition at kurimanzutto in Mexico City. The noodle bowl is present too of course.

- Pictures of brick and mortar shops.

- Sidecar, a ride-sharing app. I was hoping Uber would come up with that next.

- How Zumba fitness turned pirates into a marketing street team.

- How do you make a day of joy and order instead of a day of fruitless labor and chaos? Caterina Fake on How to Create Time. “Make Time Less Precious.” Amen.

- Keeping separate notebooks for notes and to do lists, writing emails that are no longer than 5 sentences, creating work environments that are homey, and I love this How I Work series very much.

- Morrissey’s in town. He was so grumpy on Colbert.

- How to create box outlines on photoshop.

- I want to go to South Africa!

- Bad girls throughout history.

- Attic home offices.

- Warby Parker’s going on a road trip.

- Cider week means we’re going apple picking this weekend!

- The New York Doughnut Map.

- Four Tet and Jamie XX is coming to Greenpoint.

- A skatetruck that’ll delivery roller skates to where you want ‘em. Perfect for your cheesy ’80s birthday party.

- Who wants to dine with me at The Library?

- Kate Bingaman Burt is one of my favorite artists and I’m totally scoring these kitchen linens she designed for Poketo.

- How is it possible I just found out about Brooklyn Beta?

- Cathy Erway is teaching a cooking class focused on date meals at home.

- Chitra is teaching a cooking class centered around Indian and fall harvests.

- Victoria is hosting a dinner party this Saturday with Talisa’s parents who’ll be cooking up a South African menu.

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I am Joann Kim Núñez. I am a recently married korean aquarius vata-dosha rat who grew up in Queens and currently reside in Lower East Side, NY. I am obsessed with the world of art, food, tech, design and media. I organize random events and spend my free time obsessing about my lack of free time. I collect, consume, archive, and inventory my experiences. I write, read, draw, cook, craft, walk my dog, ride my bike, recite mantras during a storm, daydream, jog, dance, meditate, perform sun salutations, and sunbathe when possible.