blaise_big.jpgThe Basics
Age and occupation. How long have you lived here, where did you come from, and where do you live now?
I'm 31 and freelance! I've lived in Brooklyn since I moved to New York 8 years ago, unless you count the three months during which I lived on the Upper East Side. Let's not. I was born and raised in Boston (sans the accent) but I consider myself a New Yorker, just like everyone else who wasn't born here.

Three For Thee
1. Like most bored college students, I decided to explore the Internet in the early 90's when I read in Maximum Rock-n-Roll that a Misfits lyrics archive existed. Did you ever figure out those lyrics on your own during those Harvard Square days?
No, you definitely know more about the Misfits than I do. I knew all the really important lyrics like, "teenagers from Mars, we don't care" and "masturbate me."

2. Have you seen the new "The L Word" series on Showtime? (My god, you ARE Jennifer Beals!) Have any thoughts?
Jennifer looks great but the show bored me to tears. I hope it gets better. And what's with Mia Kirschner's hair? Is that an Edie Bouvier sweater on her head?

3. So "Baz," how's your alter-ego these days? Still playing nice with others?
She's dying to get out, lacing up her 3-inch heeled boots as we speak. I keep telling her, "girl, we are CLOSED for BUSINESS!"

Proust-Krucoff Questionnaire
Time travel question: What era, day or event in New York's history would you like to re-live?
Studio 54. I'd be the horse that Bianca Jagger rode in on.

Best celebrity sighting in New York, or personal experience with one if you're that type.
Nipsey Russell said hi to me once. That was cute.

Describe that low, low moment when you thought you just might have to leave NYC for good.
It was right after September 11th and living here was as hard as it's ever been. I was going crazy and seriously considering packing it up. But I realized that I'd be leaving New York when New York really needed me. It would have felt like I was turning my back on a city that I really did (and do) love. So i stayed. And I'm glad for it. Living here has been good since. Except for the smoking ban. That's not been fun.

Just after midnight on a Saturday - what are you doing?
Trying to get the bartender's attention?

Where do you summer?
In my undies.

Who do you consider to be the greatest New Yorker of all-time?
The old guy who did magic tricks on the subway. He even had a rabbit! I wonder where he's been...

Of all the movies made about (or highly associated with) New York, what role would you have liked to be cast in?
Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's." I can do the final scene in the taxi really well, but my "Moon River" needs practice. Oh my god. It would've been an interracial love story! I would have been the black Jewish Holly Golightly! Trailblazing!

If you could change one thing about New York, what would it be?
More Krispy Kremes, but with Dunkin Donuts coffee. And Wi-Fi.

The End of The World is finally happening. Be it the Rapture, War of Armageddon, reversal of the Sun's magnetic field, or the Red Sox win the World Series. What are you going to do with your last 24 hours in NYC?
Have a make-out party and hopefully have lots of really great terror sex.


Blaise and other unmentionables will be telling stories of their "Worst. Sex. Ever." at P.S. 122 tonight.