It’s that time of the year – again. Check out the 2010 edition of Hi-Fi Holidays, a mix of familiar and fun Christmas tunes cobbled from the dusty graveyard of vintage vinyl. Like previous installments, it works best if you play it in sequence.
I had the good luck to see Tim Burton in Toronto twice while he was here helping promote the MOMA exhibit of his work at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Tim was good-humored, gracious and very kind in the first Q&A session where he was asked… Continue Reading
Hey, let’s celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with something other than “Jump Around” by House of Pain. How about Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops performing “The Irish Washerwoman”! (From Wikipedia: The Irish Washerwoman is a traditional and well known Irish jig. It repeats its… Continue Reading
I put in my notice at 50 Portland. I’m moving out! It’s a bittersweet feeling. I’ll be moving completely out of downtown, into the suburbs. I’ll have to commute to work. Hopefully a larger place, saving some real money, and being closer to friends… Continue Reading
It’s Christmas time in the city, so it’s time to make it ring with a little Hi-Fi Holidays. Here’s the 2009 edition, 33 tracks of pure classic Christmas music – from artists you know and love, to ones you never knew existed (and perhaps… Continue Reading