Category Archives: Music

I owe Baz Luhrmann an apology.

I am not a film critic, nor would I ever attempt to be. Not no way, not no how. But I put myself out there when I first heard that Baz Luhrmann was directing a new version of “The Great … Continue reading

Posted in Authors, Books, cinema, city life, critique, directors, dreams, films, life lessons, literature, loss, Luhrmann, movies, Music, new york city, opinion, People, Reading, regrets, relationships, writers | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Eliminating “regret” from ones vocabulary.

Sometimes in life we tend to look back on past times, relationships and situations and feel regret. Perhaps we could have made more educated and informed decisions. Maybe we could have acted with more thought than anger. Maybe. And maybe not. … Continue reading

Posted in acceptance, break ups, city life, dreams, kindness, learning, Life, life lessons, Music, People, regrets, relationships, Writing | Leave a comment

Midnight in Paris. Woody Allen. Need I say more?

Fair warning: I am not a film critic. Being a critic has never been my deal. Frankly I am always concerned that I will hurt someone’s feelings. No matter how much I may dislike something, I hesitate to rip it … Continue reading

Posted in architecture, art, Authors, Books, cinema, city life, dreams, entertainment, films, humor, Information, Life, literature, movies, Music, NPR, Paris, People, Woody Allen, writers, Writing | Leave a comment

Life in the Fast Lane: Amazingly tech savvy.

Amazingly tech savvy? Yes, I mean me. (Stop laughing!)   I actually downloaded the Blackberry software program to my laptop last night (after owning this BlackBerry for almost a year). Little slow on the draw. Heh. It took a while to load … Continue reading

Posted in BlackBerry, Life, Music, Technology | Leave a comment