Archive Monthly Archives: March 2017

Survival. . .

What does April sound like to you?  I’m not talking about chirping birds, or cool spring rains on a tin roof.  I’m talking musically.  What does April sound like?  Or March for that matter; September?  Seriously, give it a try.  If you had to pick one song to represent the whole month of April, what would it […]

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“Lady Gaga and Tennessee Williams Are Doing It” or Lessons from Campari—Part 1

Q: What’s bright red, bitter, alcoholic, filled with the crushed exoskeletons of insects (formerly) and wisdom?  HINT: Its not your Aunt Lydia. A: Campari; the greatest, most divisive spirit you may have never heard of. Piggybacking off the wild success of my little series of Things I Learned from Sauerkraut, I’ve decided to continue the […]

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Just Call. . .

As humans, some of the greatest gifts we can give each other are respect, compassion, friendship, and love (kind of in that order).  None of us exist in a vacuum, and while we often choose to divide ourselves superficially along the lines of gender, age, race, sexual orientation, spirituality, politics, etc. we are ultimately more […]

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