Last night, the national news opened with Deflate-gate. I don’t care about or feel like defending the lack of air in the footballs, or wondering if the Pats cheat or not. I honestly don’t care either way. I’ve had a few passionate, anti-Patriots friends ask me “what do you think?” I don’t. Next Sunday, I’m watching […]
Dan Phillips builds houses in Texas using anything from garbage to broken toilets and bones. “The Problem of Waste is World-Wide. We’re in trouble…We need to reconnect with those really primal parts of ourselves and make some decisions…We need to reconnect with who we really are.” – Dan Phillips
I’m really excited about Myles Marlow’s new album, TUNE. Not only do I find his first piece extremely creative — the way he successfully merges jazz, banjos, a “Motown-style” horn, synthesizers, wild electric guitar riffs — but the way he’s releasing his album is a first. He’s giving away one song at a time every Monday […]
I didn’t grow up knowing much about Johnny Cash or country music. For me it was Led Zeppelin. The Rolling Stones. Queen. The Doobie Brothers. Then of course the 80’s music we might all want to forget. To me, Johnny Cash and country was a southern thing. Not for a hick who grew up in […]
It’s worth taking the time to watch this video of Mike Rowe (Dirty Jobs) and about “real” work. “We’ve declared war on work…the way we portray working people on TV, plumbers…on Madison Ave.” Great talk.