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When in Doubt, Blame Science

December 12, 2018
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When in Doubt, Blame Science

    Life is hard. When we do something wrong, we all fall back on excuses and blame others. “The dog ate my homework.” “My mother won’t let me go to the party.” “The Devil…

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A Night at the Opera – Act Two

December 7, 2018
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A year ago, I did something incredibly stupid. I listened to my wife. More specifically, I agreed to join her and some friends for a night at the opera. Well, I did it again. Right about…

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Lady Ga and 11 Other Discounted Bands Announce Fall/Winter Tours

September 10, 2018
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  Lady Ga and 11 Other Discounted Bands Announce Fall/Winter Tours In an effort to keep ticket prices down the recording industry has announced a plan to send out music artists in a marked down…

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I Found The Fountain of Youth

September 10, 2018
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  In my twenties, which was in the eighties, I played cassettes and made mix tapes.  In my thirties, which was in the nineties, I played cd’s and burned my favorite tunes onto them.  Then…

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Banana Fritters and the Golden Age of Musicals

January 12, 2017
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Djiboutian Breakfast BANANA FRITTERS INGREDIENTS 3 ripe bananas ½ teaspoon cinnamon 2 tablespoons sugar ⅛ teaspoon vanilla extract ½ cup flour ¼ cup butter 2½ teaspoons honey (½ teaspoon per fritter) Makes 5 fritters. Takes…

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How the Scrinch Loved Christmas … Songs

December 22, 2016
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Years ago I DJ’d part time at a local radio station, and happened to be on duty when the boss decided it was time to start the Christmas season with the Gift of Music. He…

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Humor Meets Horror – Phantom to drop first album in over eight decades

October 21, 2016
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By Noe Noyse Staff Mu-sick Writer The Phantom of the Opera has been back at the pipe organ lately and, next week, will drop his first album since the 1920s. Friend and longtime collaborator Mad…

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There’s No Cure for Chicago Driving

October 15, 2016
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SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK I thought I’d seen bad traffic. I thought I’d seen crazy drivers. Then I went to Chicago. I’m a small town boy. When I was younger, my idea of heavy traffic…

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A boomer’s playlist for medical procedures

August 31, 2016
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Imagine that you’re having your annual mammogram (guys, just play along, okay?). You’re standing there half dressed, with one of your tatas squeezed flat, holding your breath while the tech zaps it with radiation. Then,…

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The Stars May Not Be As Great As They Were During The Good Old Days, But Then Again, Neither Are We

April 22, 2016
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Over the past several months we have lost many musical legends. Two of these people were David Bowie and now Prince. I mention these two names from among the rest only because they both transcended…

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