While I’m at SXSW Interactive, I’m conducting short video interviews with company founders who are tech innovators. Everyone will tell the story about their work and why it matters.
I love making playlists on Spotify. Here's a new one that I'm adding to every now and then: A Life's Soundtrack. After seeing Concrete Blonde last night at opening night for The Sinclair in Harvard Square, I was reminded yet again how better the world is with music. Cheesy, but goddamn true!
Marc Pinansky rocks and rolls. He rocks as the frontman for Boston rock band Township. Rolling is Marc’s singer/songwriter side which you can experience every Sunday night at Precinct in Union Square.
I made what turned out to be a delicious roasted vegetable soup tonight. I didn't use a recipe, but here's what's in the soup: lemongrass, leeks, onion, celery, carrots, roasted parsnip, roasted turnip, roasted potato, roasted oyster mushrooms, mint, cilantro and vegetable broth. The best part was the roasted oyster mushrooms. Delicious! And every cooking adventure ...
Soozapalooza, an annual party I host featuring some of my favorite bands is almost here. This year the v3 installment is happening on my 39th birthday this Friday, January 20th at TT”s in Central Square, Cambridge. The night features three of my favorite bands: Good Night, States (from Pittsburgh), The Phil Aiken Army and Somerville Symphony Orkestar. After the bands, it’s karaoke time with The People’s Karaoke.
I’ve spent the past month (aka my first month after job layoff) rethinking and remodeling my consulting business and my website projects. It’s as if it was Spring cleaning in July/August!