As a very late wedding gift to my friend Sybil Baker, I told her I’d make a book trailer for her upcoming book, called “The Life Plan.” Actually, when she first started talking to me about a book trailer, I didn’t even know what that meant. But it’s basically a short video advertisement for a… Continue reading “The Life Plan” book trailer
CAKE “I dont want some mom whose son may have recently died to see the commander in chief playing golf. I feel I owe it to the families to be in solidarity as best as I can with them. And I think playing golf during a war just sends the wrong signal.” — George W.… Continue reading CAKE
I’ve never owned a Lenny Kravitz album before. But a couple months ago I heard a song on the radio that was such an authentic homage to Led Zeppelin that it just blew me away. And so I had to buy his newest CD. The song is called “Bring it On” and the album is… Continue reading Lenny Kravitz = musical genius
About a year ago, I rediscovered my love of The Fixx. Remember them? They were sort of a new wave pop group that was big in the 80’s. So I got their first two CDs, and have really enjoyed listening to them. I got to wondering whatever happened to them, and found that they’ve actually… Continue reading The Fixx
Many of you couldn’t give a damn, but if you want to know my opinions, here they are. My book and product reviews (Amazon.com) My reviews of restaurants outside Broomfield, Colorado (Google Local) My reviews of restaurants in Broomfield, Colorado (broomfieldrestaurantreviews.com) My movie reviews (IMBD)
I went to yoga class this evening, for the first time in several years.Â It was good; my flexibility sucks.Â One benefit of our annual Broomfield Parks and Rec membership is we can just drop in on any yoga, spinning, or pilates class for free anytime we want.Â I wonder how I’ll feel in the… Continue reading Ahoy, matey! Yogic shalom in the Small Country!
Here’s where I’ll be on August 11. You should be there, too. Recognize the guy standing in the middle of the poster?
I forgot I had this album on my iPod, but I just dialed in “Loved Like a Milkshake” which is the tribute album to Wesley Willis.Â I’m not sure I’ve even listened to this thing before, but I’m having a really hard time concentrating on work because I’m laughing so hard.Â I highly recommend you… Continue reading laughing my ass off
Ever wonder how Bob Dylan would sound singing Dr. Seuss books?Â Well here is your chance to find out: Dylan Hears A Who!
It’s reasonably rare that a musical group’s 2nd album is as good as their 1st.Â Many factors play into what’s often called the “sophomore slump” and I applaud a group that can break out of the slump and produce a 2nd album better than their 1st. Two bands come to mind immediately: Van Halen and… Continue reading sophomore successes