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World Humanitarian Day: Ban Ki-moon says 130 million people need assistance to survive

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in a message on World Humanitarian Day that a record 130 million people depend on assistance to survive, a staggering number that would comprise the tenth most populous nation on earth. 284 more words


July Favourites

(Photo: Me Before You, Warner Bros)

In which I talk about things I have loved this month, featuring catching imaginary creatures, tear-jerker movies and other things. 929 more words


Hamilton Part 3 – Conclusion: “Satisfied” By Anjeanette LeBoeuf

The conclusion of my 3-part post on how the Hamilton musical has changed the narratives and bringing diversity to Broadway. This last piece of the puzzle is how Hamilton has impacted me. 1,047 more words


Succumbing to the Beat

So. It has finally happened. I have succumbed to the beat. I have been enthralled by the story lived out in music. I have been captured by history dusted off, shined up, and with new life breathed into it. 625 more words


Summer 2016 Music Faves | Listen With Me

Hi everyone!

Coming at you with a post on something my life  would be extremely different without. Music brings people together, provides happiness, and for me, keeps me sane and in the best of moods. 602 more words


Hamilton - and how it changed my life.

I am admittedly someone who gets in moods where “crazy obsessed” would be the only way to describe it. Granted, I haven’t felt “crazy obsessed” for a while, but recently Hamilton made its way into life. 517 more words

now listening

a few albums, new and old, that I’ve been loving recently:

  1. Sylvan Esso by Sylvan Esso (2014)

People were talking about Sylvan Esso quite a bit when their album debuted but I only started listening recently when their tracks came on the playlist at work. 326 more words