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Or, it’s been a while since I posted a recipe. My mother used to make this one; I don’t know whether it was Texas Depression-era family comfort food for her, or WWII Women’s Army Air Force food, but she would put it together for the family in a cast-iron skillet, possibly toward the end of […]
Hip hip hooray, hip hip hooray, the e-book royalties came today! Not that they’re a huge amount, on a series that’s been out for quite some time now, but the twice-yearly ego massage is still good. We’ll see what the fall royalties bring, because those are the ones that’ll show the quarantine effect.
Because pandemics make me peevish. Listen to me, people. “Dice” is not a singular noun. It is a plural one, as in “a pair of dice” or “cut up your potato into small dice.” The singular, as any long-time gamer knows, is “die”, as in “roll a twelve-sided die to check for damage.” One die, […]
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Music Institute of Chicago Musicinst.org 847.905.1500 Joseph Haydn’s “The Creation” for soloists, choir, and chamber ensemble adapted by D. Wallenberg Sunday, March 17th, 3:00 pm Nichols Concert Hall 1490 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, IL $15 adults | $10 seniors | $7 … Continue reading
So there I was, one day in December of 1983, walking into the wardroom on USS Moinester (FF 1097) when I spotted a banner on the forward bulkhead that read “SEASON’S GREETINGS” in big gold letters. And I read it as … Continue reading
A celebration of early music featuring our chorale in collaboration with the Music Institute Recorder Orchestra, and the Music Institute Viola da Gamba Ensemble.