Category Archive: Culture

Jul 15

Meeting Andrei Tarkovsky: “Cinema Is A Mosaic Made Of Time”

Tarkovsky

Great interview with filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky discussing the concept of time in its relation to cinema and the artists that inspired him. “Cinema Is A Mosaic Made Of Time”

Mar 13

A Weekend Downtown: The Best in Tulsa Architecture and Food

The Homes building is one of  the best examples of great Modern architecture in downtown Tulsa.

This weekend I stepped out to enjoy the rainy weather in downtown Tulsa with my good friends, starting with the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture’s Modern Tulsa tour, which I photographed and wrote about here.  The post showcases some of my very favorite buildings and it’s a tour I’ve been wanting to take for a long time.  I …

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Jan 11

Currently Playing: Chopin’s “Fantasie” Impromptu

piano-octopus

I’ve currently picked up a piano piece that I had started playing last year, Chopin’s “Fantasie” Impromptu.  I don’t have any parts of the song ready to post yet; I’m just getting my fingers back in shape with some Hanon exercises and doing slow practice on the metronome for now.  So here’s a video of one of …

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Jan 08

Tiki Love

vintage-hawaiian-postcard

As a fan of tiki culture, one of my favorite places to blog for on this site is the Tiki Room.  I even designed the theme for it, though it’s a bit outdated now and I just don’t have time to update it. However back in the day I created many WordPress Themes, including the …

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Jan 07

My 2017 Anthem – of Montreal’s “It’s Different For Girls”

Of Montreal

After careful consideration, I have chosen of Montreal’s “It’s Different for Girls” as my 2017 anthem. The song is from their 2016 album, Innocence Reaches. If you like sounds like this, then check out my music section of the site, where I post the newest in dream pop, chillwave, indie rock, and much more, as well as …

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Oct 22

Enjoying Solitude and How I Avoid Boredom

Andrei Tarkovsky

Few things bother me as much as the thought that I’m wasting time or losing interest, which is probably why I thought to write this post during my fall break from work, because I have all of this time and want to make the most of it.  I’ve been spending time with my daughter and …

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