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Living Room: Gateway to Actual Adulthood?

A few months ago, one of my friends from high school and her husband were visiting our little corner of the suburbs from Washington State. We never get to see her and I’d never met her husband, so this was a true treat. 661 more words

House Tour

Iconic Signed Vinyl, Feb. 12, 2015 @Paul Hahn & co (1058 Yonge St, Toronto, ON)

by: Quang Trang

Paul Hahn & Co., hosted an exclusive showcase featuring the Icon Collection and Analogue Gallery with an evening of music, drinks and some Rock & Roll history added…to entertain the music enthusiasts that attended the event. 98 more words


The silent minority... America’s largest ethnic group has assimilated so well that people barely notice it

Economist: ON A snow-covered bluff overlooking the Sheboygan river stands the Waelderhaus, a faithful reproduction of an Austrian chalet. It was built by the Kohler family of Wisconsin in the 1920s as a tribute to the homeland of their father, John Michael Kohler, who had immigrated to America in 1854 at the age of ten. 54 more words


Basic Human Goodness in Fort Greene and Park Slope

Basic human goodness – if I’m not mistaken, this is the Buddhist concept that human beings are fundamentally kind and wonderful creatures meant to enjoy life and each other. 899 more words


When one door closes, another opens!

In 2005 the Irish Government purchased 57 Steinway grand pianos for the Cork School of Music. At the time this was the largest order that Steinway had ever received in their 154 year history.   425 more words


I'm thoroughly disgusted with the Sing50 concert, and there are S$1.3m reasons why

You might have seen the headline already and thought, hmm, well done, supporting local music! The headline’s innocent enough: “$348k boost for home-grown music… 796 more words

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