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Month: September 2012

As another month passes by, we nod in silent acknowledgement; pressing on into the mysterious involuntary entanglement of the future

As another month passes by, we nod in silent acknowledgement; pressing on into the mysterious involuntary entanglement of the future

On Saturday night Sam and I met up with Aaron at Tarfest.  Apparently it’s the tenth anniversary, but you wouldn’t have known it from the extremely lackluster crowds remaining 2/3rds through the event. When we arrived I realized a magnificent sunset was escaping from us on the other side of museum row.  We were still waiting for Aaron and Sam was kind enough to let me literally run off in the other direction to bound across parking lots and climb…

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In Los Angeles, denigrating cult figureheads generates laughs, not embassy protests

In Los Angeles, denigrating cult figureheads generates laughs, not embassy protests

Sam and I had wanted to see the Book of Mormon Broadway show when we visited Manhattan in 2011. Due to the newness of the show at the time and the marketing blitz (this was during the campaign to win all the awards that are now listed in the show guide) we were unable to go. On September 8th The Book of Mormon opened for a three month stint at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood.  I’ve been to several old…

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riffing on the past

riffing on the past

On September 8th, Sam and I walked to the Hollywood Bowl to see the Tchaikovsky Spectacular with Fireworks. This traditional concert there has been going on for years, but neither of us had ever seen it.  Since we live up the street now, Sam decided she wanted to see what all the fuss was about and bought tickets through goldstar a few weeks earlier. I didn’t know much about it, I just knew there was classical music and fireworks.  As it…

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