Maybe I’m unusual, but I’m actually looking forward to starting back to school. Partly because I’ve been bored this latter half of the summer; partly because I’m looking forward to my classes. 241 more words
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There’s a pretty good “making of” extra with the 2013 Glyndebourne recording of Rameau’s rarely performed Hippolyte et Aricie. In it, director Jonathan Kent argues that there are essentially two ways of dealing with the French baroque; elegance or “throwing the kitchen sink at it”. 738 more words
Seconds, by Bryan Lee O’Malley follows a young woman called Katie, who runs a successful restaurant called…Wait for it…Seconds.
Katie is currently in the process of opening a new restaurant, but due to the age of the building its taking more and more time which is naturally stressing her out, combine this with her ex-boyfriend now visiting seconds regularly and an accident at work Katie begins to regret past decisions and want to go back and change them….Enter Lis, the house spirit, who gives Katie some funky mushrooms and told her to make a note of the things she wants changed, eat a mushroom (I do not advise eating unidentified mushrooms FYI) and in the morning it will all be new. 171 more words