Profound. A must see. “Eric Whitacre began his music career singing in his college choir, with no previous musical experience. By 21, he had completed his first concert work, Go, Lovely Rose, and soon advanced to Juilliard where he studied under Oscar-winning composer John Corigliano. Today, his 44 published concert pieces have sold over a million copies, … Continue reading
“One of the funniest films of recent years.” -New York Magazine I am such a proud distant ex-girlfriend of a friend who was good friends with a person who was born to be the superstar Power. Yes, that’s right folks. I knew the insanely sexy writer-director-lead actor in this film, Ari Gold, back in college when he … Continue reading
I love Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. “Her sultry, bluesy pop has garnered appreciation from hard-rockers and ballad lovers alike.” – Spin
I am in love with the amazing story Hans Rosling, a statistician, artist, and teacher, tells us here. I will have to re watch this when I feel that I am knocking against a brick wall and remind myself that humans, at least in some areas, are learning! I would like to see such a … Continue reading
Take a moment away from fixing the world to appreciate the beauty! Macy Gray – Beauty In The World.
In 2007 YouTube’s VlogBrothers and friends hacked YouTube and took over the entire front page! As they put it, they “hacked YouTube’s algorithms for good.” Yes folks, they are technerds for charity! What is more kick-buttock than that? In Hank Green’s, one of the VlogBrothers, own words… Without further adieu, Project 4 Awesome! “Youtube is … Continue reading
A fugue based on the Dragnet theme, accompanied by scrolling bar-graph and conventional scores. Composed by Stephen Malinowski in 1975, performed by The New Esterházy Quartet (Kati Kyme and Lisa Weiss, violins, Anthony Martin, viola, and William Skeen, violoncello) on December 16, 2007; the theme of that concert’s program was “Haydn’s Fugues”; this was played … Continue reading