Book Review :: The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

I have been struggling to write this review ever since I finished the book about a week ago. I find myself rehashing the story in my head, reminiscing over parts I loved, and most especially that first moment when I realized I was falling fast and hard in love with this book. I re-read favorite … Continue reading Book Review :: The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

Gig Review :: Concrete Blonde at the Troubadour

Concrete Blonde at the Troubadour, August 29, 2012 Editor's Note: photography and video were not allowed at this show. Women in music have always been, and will always be, incredibly vital and important to me. From the early memories of my mother’s Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez and Fleetwood Mac albums, to my headfirst dive into … Continue reading Gig Review :: Concrete Blonde at the Troubadour

New music review :: Passion Pit :: Gossamer

Passion Pit :: Gossamar Music that at first glance feels happy, circle spinning, low on substance, but high on fun has its time, place, and space in my never ending musical playlist. That said, music that at a second glance, aural glance that is, that throws a punch, tears the skin, and speaks some raw, … Continue reading New music review :: Passion Pit :: Gossamer

You Are Home :: My top 20 leaving planet earth albums

List the Twenty Albums You’d Bring if You Were Leaving Planet Earth on a Spaceship courtesy of Music Listography : Your Life In (Play)Lists Rubber Soul :: The Beatles Little Earthquakes :: Tori Amos Musicforthemorningafter ::  Pete Yorn Rumors :: Fleetwood Mac Songs of Love and Hate :: Leonard Cohen Transatlanticism :: Death Cab For … Continue reading You Are Home :: My top 20 leaving planet earth albums