Christmas music is a wonderful thing, made terrible by repeated play over a short period of time, compounded by the more popular tunes being played ad nauseam while perfectly wonderful music is left by the wayside. I suppose I’ll be waiting for pop radio to play “The Rebel Jesus” by Jackson Browne for years to… Continue reading Twelfth Night with a Pasadena Twist
There was a gathering of Lakenheath Lancers in San Antonio over the weekend of 4-5 April (folks who attended high school at RAF Lakenheath, UK). Photos below and at: http://imageevent.com/getdown/lakenheathinsanantonio Don't take my picture!
Terrie celebrated her birthday (a big birthday ending in Oh!) by wearing a tutu at the Chateau Marmont. Julia, her chihuahua puppy, misbehaved badly, lunging at food and licking the ramekin filled with butter. I suggested we relocate to a dog park. Leave the Chateau? No, no, the afternoon light at the Chateau is too… Continue reading Terrie’s Birthday
The Sandbox is discontinuing their Wednesday night jazz series. Major bummer! That means tonight is your last chance to experience Nutty in the OC...at least for the forseeable future. Let me know if you want to carpool.
Nutty Jazz in the OC this Wednesday. I am so there.
I guess we all know it is quite impossible to keep up with all the wonderful blogs in the world. It's a sad, but true, fact of life. Still, I came across a blog post this morning that shouldn't be missed. The amazing Christina over at A Thinking Stomach has posted wonderful photos and a… Continue reading Mt. Wilson Solar Tower
I have a lot of work at the moment, which is good, but I feel that I'm neglecting this blog. Frankly, I'm neglecting your blog too. I'll try to catch up this weekend. Why I love the Internet Reason #3: This morning I woke up singing "Lonely Boy" -- it just popped into my head.… Continue reading Why I Love the Internet: Reason #3