Compilations are great, single composers are good too.
I'm looking for something new; I have about 20 gig available to me, but I am wanting to expand a little more.
Something chill with some deeper bass grooves, female vocals, remixes, etc...
I don't even know what to say other than I'm amazed at how soon this is.
I'm thinking family friendly, acoustic/bluegrass for about an hour. Comment for more information.
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Our next school tour is October 23rd, and we will be launching our school store filled with Waldorf-inspired books, toys, musical and artistic tools, and handmade items. Not sure what Waldorf is? This has some good information, as well as our website.
The Micha-el School is a warm and vibrant community of committed teachers and parents dedicated to the physical, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual development of children. Established in 2008, The Micha-el School now offers Kindergarten through 5th grade and a full array of subject classes, including music, violin, Spanish & German, movement, eurythmy, handwork and woodworking. Academic lessons integrate artistic activities on a daily basis.
The Micha-el School is located in SE Portland, Oregon, in the Woodstock neighborhood. We are now enrolling for the 2009/2010 school year and welcome phone calls and visits from interested families.
The Micha-el School is run in conjunction with the well-established Micha-el Institute of Portland which is responsible for training Waldorf Teachers. It is seen in the same light as a teaching hospital is to a Medical School, so that help will be available in the school from teacher training students gaining experience.
"Spring" cleaning continues. This week, we have a cardboard tube of nice old posters that need a new home. There's the inevitable cat humor poster, a Bugs Bunny film festival poster, a really nice Imogen Cunningham photo of seashells, and others as well.
Size varies. So does condition. Most were never folded but they've lived for years in a large cardboard tube, so you'll need to flatten them out yourself. Nothing is "mint" quality, but if you want to cover up that ugly rental wallpaper... Cut down something big for your collage/assemblage/funky decoupage project, etc. Blah blah blah.
Pop me a PM to arrange a pick-up time. If you're in NE, I may be able to arrange delivery sometime tomorrow. Thanks.
You know you want to flamenco! You know you do!
Musicians, dancers, aficionados, and novices are all welcome - separate classes for each so novices won't be struggling to keep up and more advanced participants will be able to work at their level.
For more details about La Magdalena, the workshop classes, and how to register see the flyer here: flamenco-con-magdalena.com/image/portlan
Un saludo "flamenquito"
You can find out more about it here:
If you're a fan of DotA, HoN, or PVP in WoW or other MMOs, you'll most likely enjoy this. I played DotA as my main game for 5 years and this stole me away from it back in June and I haven't gone back since.
Edited to correct a typo.
Today I was on the highway, and saw a big white pickup truck with a mural painted on its wide back bay door. It bore these words, in wavy lines:
In respect for whose who served
In reverence for those who gave their all
These lines were surmounted by American flags, adorned with yellow ribbons, and held by smiling, anthropomorphic snowmen. Complete with hats, mufflers and scarves.
Now, I have nothing but respect for this sentiment, although I'm inclined to wonder at the grammar and some word choices, and disturbed by the incongruity of putting it on a big, luxurious, gas-guzzling vehicle. But snowmen, guys? Really?
RAILER (rock/electronica/new wave)
STARRY SAINTS (rock/shoegaze/indie) MY NEW BAND!
PINK NOISE (new wave/gothic/industrial)
Show starts at 9:00 pm!
Hope to see you there!
But this post is for myself.
Yardsale, tomorrow and Sunday, 10am-2pm, 8104 SE Reedway 97206 (just south of McDonalds on 82nd).
Brown leather sleeper sofa, TV chairs, free-standing and wall-mount shelves, silverware, dishes, miscellaneous kitchen items, tiki torches, white Nissan rear spoiler, electric lawnmower, weed whacker, leaf blower, CDs, women's clothing (sizes 6-14ish, mostly good condition professional-type clothes, some more casual wear), women's shoes (sizes 7.5-9ish including good sturdy boots, heels, sandals), collectibles, candles, jewelry, several gallons of exterior house paint (light green), prints/art/paintings, books, cookbooks...I'm sure there's more I'm forgetting, come on by and take a look!
I'm thinking Kino MacGregor's Ashtanga primary series yoga DVD might have a prominent place on my Christmas list this year, but I'd like to get at least a taste of what the actual instruction is like first and YouTube's been no help. If you have a copy, might I borrow it for even just a day or so?
This show will be from 8 to 10pm and totally free.
Featuring lovely accordion and cello music! Some a bit dark, some a bit dancey, all of it amazing. Eric is a classically trained opera singer who specializes in Bulgarian accordion music and VonKuske is the best improvisational cellist in the greater NW area.
Mama's been busy birthing them today. One of the fancy-schmancy purebred showcats got out (the escape route now fixed) and was bred by the outdoor, mostly feral, - hard to catch, damnit! - barn cat (whoops!) and now I have 6 beautiful all-black kittens! (likely to have green eyes)
Who wants a witch cat? :)
((Ready to go home December 5th. Send me an LJ message with your interest.))