#Comments and Beloved Binge in the media

We were thrilled to be interviewed by Creative Loafing, for our band’s Charlotte show on May 18th at the Double Door, with Jon Camp — transfixing wizardry pop — and the local awesome Avian Law. Above image by Kim Gray. Invite to the show. The author, Anita Overcash, did a great job in describing not only our band and philosophy, but how our lil’ #Comments adventure is connected to all of the above.   Super happy about this article.  Thank you, Creative Loafing! Read it here.   See you soon!   … Keep goin’

Perhaps I’m insane: Notes on commitment

Full disclosure: I’m not getting committed. Yet. A couple of years ago, Rob and I talked about moving to New York City eventually for a year as an experiment.  The usual reasons (for me) applied:  Life is short, I want to explore as much as possible before it ends.  As I enter the potential half-way mark for time in the world, the phrase “I’ll do that … someday” seems … not applicable.  There is less future and more now.   This sense of urgency began for me about 5 years ago when I realized that I’d never be able to … Keep goin’

Bringing #Comments to life

Almost two years ago, after winter drinks with a couple of friends, I came home and read an article about the deliciousness of a vegan mayo, Vegenaise. The article was positive, and I was feeling happy that a vegan product got such a great review. And then I scrolled down to the … Comments (Deep, booming voice here.) As usual, all who commented were kind, considerate, and thereby restored my faith in humanity. Um, no. Always disheartening, never productive, comments have a way of encouraging — what’s the opposite of “faith”? — disbelief in humanity. It occurred to me that, … Keep goin’