A couple years ago, I saw a sign outside a carpet place that said “No interest until 2010.” It was the first time I'd seen the year 2010 on a sign and it creeped me out some. It seemed alien to me, like some scary science fiction movie. “In space, no one can hear you scream.”
Moving from Chicago to Madison was a major change in my life. Practically everything changes when you change cities. Looking back, I can also now see that 26 December 2002 marked a significant correction in the course of my life.
This may sound nit-picky, but for years it has bothered me that co-op life has often left little room for a Christmas tree.
DJ'ing always involves a tension between what the DJ wants to play and what the dancers wants to hear. It's a healthy interplay that can allow both the DJ and dancers to grow.
I looked outside. The world was transformed by walls of snow that had not been there the day before. The plows had gone through and cars were buried. The sidewalks were unusually crowded with people. Everyone was staying home, and shoveling.
Today marks the fourth anniversary of the first post on The Different Drummer Soundtrack.
It took me one hour and fifteen minutes to take the bus home from work today. All because of one inch of snow.