You’d think that unemployment might be relaxing, filled with days of daytime television, countless hours on Youtube, and a lot of late nights. Quite the contrary,at least for me. Finding a job is pretty much a full-time job, with plenty of work done after the 9-5 confines of a normal work day, and no
I was listening to the 2000’s Pandora station the other day (sidenote: does it make anyone else feel old that there is a 2000’s Pandora?) which was fun because all these songs I completely forgot existed came on, including Phantom Planet’s “California”, which brought me back to junior-senior year of high school when coincidentally the
I was surprised that out of all the things I saw in Nashville, the Hatch Print Show showroom, located inside the Country Music Hall of Fame was one of my favorite parts of my trip. I was confused by this as I’m generally not the sort of person who “gets” art. This fact in itself sort
If you’re driving along King Road near Malvern PA, a small town approximately 30 miles west of Philadelphia in the heart of Pennsylvania’s mainline, you’ll come across an innocuous historical marker at where King intersects Sugartown Road. The marker tells the tale of Duffy’s Cut Mass grave, a black mark in Pennsylvania’s history that occurred 181 years ago.
This is going to be extremely short and sweet, but it’s something I’m currently obsessed with. It’s an actual plus (unpaid, of course) for an app. And it’s not a travel app, it’s a music app. Even worse? It’s called Frat Music. Bear with me. I keep saying that I’ve been trying to focus just a little
Have you heard of the Summerland Tour yet? I’d been vaguely aware of it’s existence for some time; essentially it’s a group of quintessential 90’s musicians going on tour together. I remember someone telling me about excitedly, how it would basically be the soundtrack to my 5th and 6th grade years, but that tickets cost upwards of $80.00.