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The Crossing

My friend,

In truth, no man can know when,

That final blow will strike his heart,

He has only the certainty it will,

As his eyes become oceans, 151 more words

Poetry

The Crossing: Jumping from an In-Office Job to Full-Time Freelancing

In Michael Connelly’s The Crossing, retired LAPD detective Hieronymous “Harry” Bosch does something he swore he’d never do: He reluctantly agrees to cross over to the defense to help half-brother Mickey “Lincoln Lawyer” Haller clear a client from a murder rap. 1,298 more words

Best of Bandcamp Contemporary Classical: May/June 2017

The taxonomy of contemporary classical music—new music, contemporary music, whatever you want to call it—is a thorny issue. But every two months, we’ll take a look at some of the best composer-driven music to surface here on Bandcamp, that which makes room for electronic experimentation, improvisation, and powerful takes on old classics. 2,989 more words

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'mid the steep sky's commotion

Beautiful Folk,

It’s been a while since you’ve heard about any new music from me – but rest assured, I’ve been very hard at work, and now I’m thrilled to announce… 169 more words

Elements

Peaceful Choral Music by Living Composers

Just ran across this today, but it’s been out there for awhile, apparently: a list of 50 titles on Spotify, Peaceful Choral Music by Living Composers… 128 more words

Choral Music

"The Crossing" tries to scratch that "Lost" itch

ABC has just released the trailer for their upcoming sci-fi/mystery show “The Crossing.”  If you’ve been feeling the itch that “Lost” left you with, this looks like it might help. 31 more words

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