Amazingly enough, we did not make it onto Barbara Walter’s ’10 Most Fascinating People of 2006.” While we’re sure it’s simply a clerical oversight, it does force us take a step back and realize…that the year is almost over. Ummm…’k…I guess we were so focused on the inherent 2006-ness of today that we’ve almost missed the opportunity to really gear up for 2007. We realize that some of the other bastions of newsworthy-ness (NYTimes, Time Magazine, The Onion) may look back before they look forward, but we’re forging our own path here. So, here’s a sneak peak into some of the things that we’re looking forward to in 2007:
Mike Bloomberg for President – Ok, we actually don’t think this will happen in 2007, since there’s no election scheduled. But we’re kinda fans of Mike’s, and we dig that others are chatting it up about Hizzoner in a national context for 2008. A 2007 full of Mike buzzing is totally cool with us.
Let’s Go Higher – We totally heart the High Line. It’s is one of our favorite public/private sector projects and we simply cannot wait for the day when we stroll amongst the funky pathways being designed by Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro. The summer of 2007 will mark the end of the site preparation and mark on the next phase of the design implementation, bring us one step closer to stepping in style on the High Line.
Moving on Up– We’ve been into some of Broadways newest transitions from the great beyond of “Off-Broadway” (Grey Gardens, Spring Awakening, The Little Dog Laughed), so we can’t wait to see what the streets away from the Great White Way have to offer for 2007.
Our Impending Nuptials to Derek Jeter – Ummm…yeah…it could totally happen.