Saturday, March 28, 2009

::Ancestry In Progress::


Your legacy has left an indelible impression on the world-at-large.
Thank you for the precious gifts you bore.
May your journey be peaceful and radiant

Sunday, March 22, 2009

::Take Up A Course In Happiness::

Living in a major metropolitan city like NYC can take a toll on one's sanity. With general congestion and constant hustle and bustle abound, everybody feels the need to seek refuge from time to time. There are a few upcoming events that just might satiate your longing for inner serenity. is holding its fourth round of free meditation instruction events in Manhattan on Sunday, May 17th (6-9PM) and Tuesday, May 19th (7:30-9:30PM). For more info, go here.

In addition, the Dalai Lama will be making his annual pilgrimage to NYC in May over the course of two separate events. On May 3rd, former president of Ireland Mary Robinson will hold a conversation with the Dalai Lama at Town Hall. The subject of this event is entitled "Wisdom and Compassion for Challenging Times." Click here for more information. On May 4th, the Dalai Lama will give a teaching entitled "The Quintessence of Compassion," organized by The Tibet House at The New Beacon Theatre. Tickets are available here.

"Transcendental meditation gives you peace of mind."
-Stevie Wonder (1973)

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

:.:Guess Who's FINALLY Coming To Dinner?:.:

Two days.
Should be surreal.

April 16 @ Love
April 17 @ American Museum of Natural History

I'm there...

Stay tuned for details...

Friday, March 13, 2009

::The Sonnage of Jim Cramer::

Blatant example of the inherent conflicts of interest in relationships between financial corporations and biased news media outlets...or an honest oversight? YOU make the call.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

:.:FREE SHOW @ Aaron Davis Hall's Harlem Stage:.:

NOW HEAR DIS!!! Ain't too often that I can report about free goodies, but I now present to you one of those rare occasions. With most folks in a funk on account of the descent of the economy, treat yourself to a free show at Aaron Davis Hall in Harlem. NYC's favorite Chicago-bred brass buskers Hypnotic Brass Ensemble pair up with Harlem's own McCullough Sons Of Thunder are performing together on March 19th @ 7PM. RSVP to or (212) 281-9240 ext. 19/20 (limit two per person). Go here for more info. Don't say I ain't never gave you nuthin'!

:.:Any News About This Spot?!:.:

Cerado para siempre? Should we prepare a eulogy?

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

If this wasn't in your 2008 top faves list...

...then you should probably reevaluate your worth as a music snob and a human being. Seriously. Power Douglas is the sh*t.