This song chaperons me back to my younger days – it speaks of letting the future in, taking it on and making it our own. “Taking on the wind cause we never learn, start a fire just to watch it burn.” Yep, that was me.
Autumn in Minnesota is truly magical. I cannot imagine experiencing the season without gorgeous transitioning foliage and crisp, brisk weather. I even love the rain and grey skies that come with it. Dress, Coat: Parc Boutique / Tights, Flats: J.Crew / Bag: ALDO / Sunnies: Kate Spade I wore this outfit to the Ordway theater […]
Last Tuesday, “Dinkytown,” as lead singer Charlie Fink so specifically named, saw Noah and the Whale with guests Farewell Milwaukee at Varsity Theater. The evening started out with a too-short (30 minute) set by Farewell Milwaukee, a Minneapolis band that resonates folksy Americana. The band played in support of their third album, Can’t Please You, […]
Jared Bartman’s new album, Misery Makes Strange Bedfellows, is set to release on November 19 and is full of disparate sounds that happen to work beautifully together. His influences are in American folk, Indie, Eastern European and even Afro-Cuban arrangements. Have a listen to “Garden Gate” and you’ll see what I mean: Minneapolites – I hope to […]
Finally, the finale. This is the last of my NYC posts! On my last full day in New York, I enjoyed my first bowl of Ramen from Ippudo. I explored the town on my own, this time to Midtown where I took in the sights outside the New York Times Building. Bank account threatening stops […]