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[“Gay? As in merry?” – “No, gay as in yep-I-am. I figured between the dogs, outdoor sports, women-only bathing spaces and the white shirts/tunics, it was kind of obvious?” – Someone buy Diana a clue. 229 more words


"A Song in the Storm" is here!

As threatened, er, I mean, promised, my new book is finally available.

The story follows a young woman living in Lucca, Italy, in 1924. Gifted with a magnificent singing voice, she is on the verge of fulfilling her dream of becoming a professional singer. 334 more words


Underground arias

“The aria, after all, is the soul of opera.”
— Richard Strauss

A phone call from my son sent me on a fact-finding expedition. We had spoken about an upcoming event in the limestone caves of Rockhampton, a north Queensland regional town. 537 more words


Verismo (Opera Pt. 2)

Patrick sold out of heroin so instead he hands out flowers

Empty bodies find their way to the party

Some boy dressed as Jason has been talking for hours… 141 more words


Jim Harbaugh loves opera now, proves it by singing at the top of his lungs

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh continues to take part in the world’s most interesting trip to Italy, and he might be bringing back a love of opera with him to the United States. 69 more words


Friday Flashback... A Little About Me & Accepting Yourself Where You're At

So this week was a big week for one reason and one reason only. For those of you who know me, you know that I am an Opera Singer. 522 more words


Five Ways to Watch Opera in Boston

Opera. The word makes many cringe and yet those in the know swoon. Opera, perhaps much like oysters, makes people’s noses scrunch up even if they have never experienced it. 1,032 more words

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