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Cherish

We were over at Lar’s the other day listening to some old jazz, Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman, the big band era. “This is your music, eh, Tommy,” Lar said, nodding his head over to the semi-somnambulant El Tomaso, all dark sunglasses and baseball cap. 721 more words

Dudoks Discohoek #42: Harari, Altay Veloso, Jaco Pastorius Big Band

Iedere zondagavond verzorg ik tussen 19.00 – 20.00 Dudoks Discohoek op Radio Duivenstraat. Luister het hierboven terug. Dit keer draaide ik:

1. HARARI – GOOD VIBES… 99 more words

Dudoks Discohoek

Day 2317: Signs of spring

I’m often looking for signs, including signs of the advent of spring (my favorite season).

The “sign” post I  just linked to in that signature opening paragraph — 341 more words

Personal Growth

Will Sandman Go Septic Despite Listening to Classical Music?

It’s only been a week or so since my holiday and already it seems a long time ago. I haven’t seen Heather as she has been down in London, so it’s been a bit of a week twiddling my thumbs in my spare time. 339 more words

Idle Ramblings

Day 2276: Take time to reflect

In the midst of all the action in yesterday’s petty post, there was this invitation to take time to reflect:

You may not have noticed that good advice from this good book: 367 more words

Personal Growth

BA Podcast 34: Linda May Han Oh

The latest episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with bassist Linda May Han Oh.

Linda May Han Oh grew up in Australia, and moved to the US a little over ten years ago. 195 more words

Burning Ambulance

Neuroscience and the arts: Highlights from the Society for Neuroscience Conference

News & Reports

By Dana Swarbrick

The 48th annual Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Conference took place in San Diego, California, on November 3-7, 2018, with topics ranging from molecular biology to rehabilitation sciences. 1,483 more words

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