We can’t help loving David Byrne, and we’re amused to read about his artful NYC bike racks at Wallpaper.
The artificial grass post got a lot of traction (heh) and at least one reader suggested a dought-tolerant garden instead. So here are a few places to start: this column from Massachusetts that could be a good source of inspiration for any area, this article on xeriscaping that includes a long list of dought-tolerant plants, and this very simple yet very helpful drought-tolerant landscape plan at about.com.
Underground dining at “anti-restaurants” — now that’s a concept. Especially when you help butcher the meat for your meal. Read more at the New York Times.
Admire some mid-century-style furniture made from skateboards (cooler than it sounds) at Whorange.
Calphalon at real-world prices is now available At Target. Not Martha has the scoop.
It’s a holiday weekend, and like most of you, we’re taking Monday off. We’ll be back Tuesday — have a great weekend!