January 19 is known for lighting, rock n’ roll and chicken-plucking. Join us as we found out why.
January 14 is known for a letter, a decree and a talk with animals. Join us as we found out why.
January 11 is known for lava, Morse code and Alexander Hamilton. Join us as we found out why.
January 9th is known for a suffragist, a feminist and a very cool Chic. Join us as we find out why.
When Connie de Nave started working “in the publicity department” at ABC in 1955, rock n’ roll music was becoming a mainstream, teenage-cultural phenomenon.
Stories For Execs, Expats and World Travellers.
If we ever needed to field a team for a Karaoke Battle, we’d want Kiliyan Maguire, of the Charming Liars, to be on our side. Kiliyan can seriously sing.
Dearest Everybody is a great add to your music collection – poppy, but poignant, like a candy cane in a cup of hot cocoa, a perfect pick-me-up on a winter day.
Aaron David Gleason likes jazz and country, is no stranger to musical theater, and knows how to mischievously entertain.
*** I wasn’t familiar with Lorin Morgan-Richards until he sent me an email asking if I’d be interested in reviewing one of his books. I always like hearing from authors, so he sent me his latest, The Dreaded Summons and Other Misplaced Bills, and agreed with me that an interview would be a more interesting … Continue reading The Dreaded Summons – Our Q&A with Author Lorin Morgan-Richards