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Living Through Different Buildings

The second older thing I wanted to post (find the first here) is an extended story/monologue I wrote and performed live on Radio Warwick in February 2013. 2,238 more words


Thinking Comes Later: Inherent Vice (2014)

Paul Thomas Anderson is like a god to me. I know I’m not at the only one to feel that way. Anderson is to us what I imagine Scorsese was to cinephiles of the 70s and 80s. 1,421 more words


Song of the Day: April 19

This week, soprano María Valdés curates Song of the Day. She will perform with NYFOS next Tuesday, April 26th, in Compositora: Songs by Latin American Women, … 1,102 more words

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My Music Collection: N is for...

Right, this one is going to be a bit of a quick one after the last one it’s a good thing but I’ll just get on with it now. 173 more words


Review: Joanna Newsom at Orpheum Theatre

At around midpoint in her show at the Orpheum Theatre on Friday, the first of a two-night stint at the refurbished movie palace in downtown L.A., the audience spontaneously peppered Joanna Newsom with a barrage of questions as she was tuning her harp: “What do you dream about at night?” “What’s the best book you’ve ever read?” “What’s your favorite Kate Bush album?” 553 more words


Pop Quiz: Joanna Newsom

Aidin Vaziri | Joanna Newsom recently released “Divers,” her first new studio album in five years. Since setting out into the world with her 2004 debut, “The Milk-Eyed Mender” — her full-size orchestral harp in tow — the 33-year-old Nevada City native and Mills College alumna has become an indie hero, turned the world onto her eclectic influences ranging from Appalachian folk songs to Renaissance madrigals, and settled down with her husband, actor Andy Samberg. 252 more words

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