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British singer-songwriter Jacob Collier will travel stateside this fall, writing: "USA! I'm coming to getcha. See ya September"! For L.A. fans, he has scheduled an all-ages show at the Troubadour on Monday, September 19, in support of his album In... Continue »
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Allison Weiss has announced the Crying at the Party Tour, which will conclude in L.A.! The singer-songwriter has scheduled an all-ages show at the Roxy Theatre on Saturday, October 1, with special guests Josiah and the Bonnevilles and Psychic Love.... Continue »
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This Marvelous Beachhouse Cake was made by Stephanie Noel Mowery from Tartas Steffi. This Marvelous Beachhouse cake was made for the Sweet Summer Collaboration which is a cake collaboration of more than 200 Cake Artists from around the world to celebrate summer in the sweetest way. The gray stone picnic... Continue »
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© 2015 ROH Photograph Jay Brooks This afternoon the Royal Opera's Jette Parker Young Artists Program was on display for the public with their annual Summer performance. There was a full house, with an enthusiastic and rather rowdy audience -... Continue »
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This Marvelous Summer Fishing Hut Cake Topper was made by Carol Seng from Cute Cake Lady. This Fabulous Summer Fishing Hut cake topper was made for the Sweet Summer Collaboration which is a cake collaboration of more than 200 Cake Artists from around the world to celebrate summer in the... Continue »
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Australia's Ta-Ku is bringing his live show to North America! As part of his debut U.S. headlining tour, Regan Matthews, AKA Ta-Ku, has an all-ages show at The Novo by Microsoft on Wednesday, September 21, with Wafia and other special... Continue »
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This Superb Summer Wedding Cake was made by Catalina Anghel from Catalina Anghel azucar arte. This Fabulous Summer Wedding cake was made for the Sweet Summer Collaboration which is a cake collaboration of more than 200 Cake Artists from around the world to celebrate summer in the sweetest way. Here... Continue »
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For some reason, I seldom make couscous in cold weather, except when I cook a long-simmering tagine, for which couscous is the best possible base. I can't explain why, but I think of couscous more as a summer mix-in. It's quick to prepare (the instant variety, that is) and light, yet provides body to vegetable dishes and salads. In this recipe for couscous with shrimp, avocado, tomato and mint, the couscous fills in the little spaces in between, and it absorbs a bit of the lemon dressing that pulls everything together. It's a perfect picnic main course that you can make several hours ahead, and you can prepare some with shrimp and some without, for your vegan friends. Lemony couscous with shrimp, avocado, tomato and... Continue »
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In my next life, I will marry a carpenter. Look at the wonderful shelving in Lili's Minnesota Pantry #74! I have shelf envy. Visit the original post to see more photos of these storage ideas, as well as more cubby holes, and more slots, and more drawers. Then, come back and let us know: do you love Pantry #74 as much as I do? Continue »
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What's wrong with Airbnb? - Frances Woolley Why Land May Not Be the Smartest Place to Put Your Nest Egg - Robert Shiller How Good Is The Employment Trend? Decide for Yourself - macroblog Historical Echoes: The Fed’s Cuban Connection... Continue »
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ABIQUIU, N.M. -- I'm here, as I am almost every summer, to teach a class at Ghost Ranch, the national Presbyterian conference center here in northern New Mexico. While I'm gone I'm going to give you a couple of sources... Continue »
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Photo: Jonathan Bachman / Reuters. Will Robin writes in The New York Times about a Dream Unfinished concert in New York next Wednesday, titled Sing Her Name. The program, under the direction of James Blachly and John McLaughlin Williams, includes... Continue »
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This recording of Vagn Holmboe's Tenth Symphony, with Sixten Ehrling conducting the Gothenburg Symphony, appeared in 1977 on a Caprice LP; on the flip side was Nystroem's Sinfonia Breve. A decade later I picked up a copy for my WHRB... Continue »
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An anonymous friend sends you two tickets to Hamilton, showing on Broadway tomorrow night. On your way to the show, someone offers you $2,000 for the tickets. If you don't take the money and go to the show instead, how... Continue »
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Did you know Typepad is on Pinterest? It's true! We love pinning and repinning great content from Typepad blogs in every genre, and we're always looking for great, inspirational content. Are you on Pinterest? Drop... Continue »
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One of Typepad's most versatile features is one that's been around awhile so you might have overlooked it. It's the Embed Your Own HTML module. Have ads you would like to display on your blog?... Continue »
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There are areas in your Typepad account that you may not remember, or even know, exist. Do you know where you can consider enabling Disqus comments, setting up Google Analytics, using Typekit for custom fonts,... Continue »