Why is πυθαγόρας Ζει on a sticker on the long piano string gadget in the Drums/Space of the 7/5/15 Grateful Dead show? (see 4:46:26). It’s Greek to me….
After listening to Beck’s Morning Phase on Rhapsody non-stop for the last few days, I have to say: best album of 2014. Now make it stop.
At some point, Rhapsody (Windows 7) started popping error messages every time I did something in the GUI. Annoying. Found this article that described a possibility of firewall or AV software. I drilled into Internet Options, the Security tab, then looked at Trusted Sites. (Click the “Sites…” button.) The offending URL was there, http://pagead.googlesyndication.com/. SO… Continue reading Rhapsody Desktop Script error
Steven continues the tradition of talented Rausch boys with his senior recital at Woodstock High School. Claire de Lune was magnificent – I closed my eyes and kind of floated along. The Barbershop Sweetheart was perfect – what a group. She’s Got a Way was a great song for his voice and highlighted his piano… Continue reading Recital: Steven Rausch
On 10 July Bette and I attended the Faculty/Student Benefit Concert for the Dance/Movement Therapy & Counseling Department of Columbia College, Chicago. Why? We responded in late spring to a letter from Alexandria, a local DMTC Master’s candidate (who actually attended Marian Central) who, for her thesis, held a series of workshops for bereaved parents,… Continue reading Dance Therapy Recital
Bette and I left Woodstock to pickup Jeff and Susie in Huntley at 4, leaving plenty of time to get downtown. We thought. We got on I-90 and after zipping down to Elgin, it just stopped. We thought we might have time to stop in Oak Park for some Robinson’s Ribs, but it took us… Continue reading R.E.M. at United Center
I read about Radiohead releasing their new album In Rainbows to open downloads, and you pay what you think its worth. I paid 4 GBP (about $8) and listened. Good, but the song “House of Cards” is just phenomenal. Ethereal, dreamy. Love it. Support direct to consumer without DRM. Radiohead website