David Bowie Is

This weekend, I went to with some very dear friends to go see David Bowie Is at the Brooklyn Museum. To say that I had my mind blown and then reformed and then blown again and then reformed again would be an understatement. Firstly before we get into the finer details can we take a… Continue reading David Bowie Is

Seattle: The Emerald City

“I used to hate playing Seattle shows.” – Chris Cornell This was the first thing I saw as the captain told us we were beginning our descent to SeaTac International Airport. It had been a harrowing flight. Long. Hot (especially in that lymphodema sleeve). And full of turbulence. I hate turbulence on any flight but… Continue reading Seattle: The Emerald City

2016: The Year Everyone Died

And just like that, February is almost over. I finally stumbled out of the David Bowie mourning phase. In the meantime, every creative person in the world seems to be dropping like flies. First Bowie, then Alan Rickman, Glen Fry, George Gaynes, Dan Haggerty, Clarence “Blowfly” Reid, Harper Lee, Umerto Eco, Abe Vigoda, for Pete’s… Continue reading 2016: The Year Everyone Died

Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig, Prague: Refugees Welcome (Part 2)

So where did we leave off? Oh that’s right, the train ride back to Berlin. While we were there we went grave hunting cause that’s what we do and came across these two: Yes indeed those are the Brothers Grimm, librarian/fairy tale collector extraordinaires. And because we love all things Bowie, Jay found where he… Continue reading Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig, Prague: Refugees Welcome (Part 2)