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Longitude Lane, Lunch, and the Huguenot Church

I use FaceBook as a way to stay in touch with people that have similar interests. I actually learn things along the way.

One such learned fact was the tours that were being conducted at the French Huguenot Church in Charleston, free of charge. 725 more words

Giulio Cesare

Last night’s concert by the UoT Fall Baroque Academy was more Sesto in a Sauna then Giulio Cesare in Egitto.  The music was all from Handel’s arguably greatest opera but the great man himself went unrepresented.   430 more words

Performance Review - Miscellaneous

Cardinal's Welcome to LGBT Catholics 'Felt Like a Miracle'

Last month, Newark, New Jersey’s Cardinal Joseph Tobin welcomed a pilgrimage of LGBT Catholics to the archdiocese’s Cathedral of the Sacred Heart–a gesture that is being hailed as a major step forward in the pastoral care of LGBT people here in the U.S.   829 more words


Day 1,338

Thomas Smith is a Vietnam-based artist. This painting is titled “The Visitors 1”.

You can view more of Thomas’ work through Saatchi Art.

Images courtesy of Thomas Smith


UoT Opera's Orpheus in the Underworld

French operetta is notoriously difficult to get right.  The genre treacherously combines a kind of humour that doesn’t always translate well in time or language, difficult music to sing and a need to be as “naughty” as the original seemed without being crass.   505 more words

Performance Review - Miscellaneous