New York Times interview


“It's more about the people who come by and just hang out, and watch each other. It slows down passers-by. It makes for a little lingering spot where you pause what you’re doing, linger, talk with a stranger. The random rubbing of shoulders: that’s how I put my table forward.” --Alan Good, head of HENGE 

interview with Ariel Kaminer, New York Times, 2011