The entire City of New York is under construction.
As usual. It's summertime, boom time, throw a building up, fix the street, paint the bridge, and this year's fashion color for cranes is yellow. (So if you're purchasing a crane...) I'm working on a new play, and to say it's not a "flow" experience sounds a little negative, but it's not a bummer. It's just more of a building experience. The story, the people, the conflict--I have a good idea of what it's supposed to look like when it's done, but right now, the site is hosting a yellow crane and a big excavation pit. Playwrights need those cool renderings architects create where they photoshop happy little people and perfect trees onto an imagined future esplanade. It would be harder for me to make one of those than just write the play so that's what I'm doing. August is a good time for construction work.
Comme des Garcons head gear constructions at the Met.