Time doesn't always feel linear. Sometimes I feel like I meet and float in between different ages of myself. Some days, I feel more like the younger me. Some days, I definitely feel like the older me. I s'pose what's really happening is there are times when I feel more like how I defined myself [...]
185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar Written and performed by Amanda Rountree, directed by Jen Ellison Studio Be 3110 N. Sheffield Ave. $12 in advance, $15 at the door Buy Tickets! Thursdays in March at 8pm 185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar The art of improvisation creates stories from thin air, making the unseen seen. [...]
Each of the next six performances of 185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar... has a different opening act. I am very excited to announce that the very multi-talented Ed Smaron will be opening for me this Thursday! Ed will be strumming his guitar and singing some of his original songs. Don't miss it! Ed Smaron [...]
Yep, I used the word, "fortnight" in a sentence. It's making a comeback, y'all (if I have anything to do with it). No matter how you say it, it's pretty exciting that 185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar is coming up in just two weeks! Another exciting thing is how many awesome opening acts I'm [...]
Dave Brubeck cleaned my kitchen Patsy Cline made ravioli Hank Wlliams did my laundry but there was a lonesome sock longing for a partner Jason Webley or Etta James or Dar Williams might join me when I paint (well it depends on what I'm painting) Ray LaMontagne helped me pack or maybe wallow or maybe [...]
I really needed this song today. Just in case you do too, here 'tis: Still I think about myself as a lucky old dreamer. And if you're askin' me to tell, is it worth what I paid? You're gonna hear me say, "Hell yeah, it is."
I love cows. I don't know if any of you out there have spent any substantial amount of time with one or more of these ladies. But I have. Not enough, by any means. For sure, if I had my druthers, I would say that I would like to spend more time with cows. But [...]