Matthew Goode takes a break from mooning over those fancy Flytes in The New York Times Magazine this weekend. I, apparently the world's worst business traveler, remained in recovery mode all weekend (re-watching season 1 of Mad Men) and couldn't muster the energy to dispatch myself to BAM to see the actual film, but I hear from a couple movie buffs that it was quite fun (The Times' A.O. Scott found it more "tedious, confused and banal"). These movie buffs also shared some extremely welcoming, over-due news: they plan to open an art house movie theatre right around the corner from me in Williamsburg! Note to all non-New Yorkers, Brooklyn is the city in which movie theaters went to die. There are roughly one million residents per screen these days...and that may be an understatement. Hipsters rejoice!