Brief notes here.
Lou Sorkin began his lecture at last week’s special meeting of the New York Entomological Society by recounting a few choice tales of insect gourmandism—like the one about the tarantula tempura served at one of The Explorers Club’s annual banquets. … Continue reading
Lou Sorkin is without a doubt the kindest person in the whole bed bug-riddled City of New York. It was great to see him enjoying himself at his lecture last night. And his guests were wonderful.
WHO: Everyone’s favorite NYC entomologist, Lou Sorkin WHEN: Wednesday, January 20, 2010 – 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Excerpted from recent email correspondence: —Dead of course. Can I get these from you? —yes, but alive. I have them in small, flat boxes that are taped and in plastic ziploc bag. paper is grid of 1/4″ squares.
In the NYT’s Room for Debate.
The New Yorker’s Book Bench wonders about bed bugs in books.
This is the problem that we have to solve in our city.