NYC in Spring: 2018 Part 3

Our second day in NYC was filled with Tiffany glass, delicious cheese, art installations, and magic. We began our morning by going to the NYC Historical Society in the west side, next to the Natural History Museum. I don’t believe I’ve ever been there before but it was worth it. What blew my mind was […]

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Repost: Tossed and Found

Several years ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing several incredible circus performers for the 2015 Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival. This is the last post that I’m putting up. Peter Davison’s Tossed and Found wants to connect people with the ordinary world while also harkening back to the golden age of vaudeville. In this world […]

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Repost: Sudhe

Several years ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing several incredible circus performers for the 2015 Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival. For the next few days, I’m going to post more of those interviews. Please enjoy! “It’s a dream come true.” Katerina Repponen of Kate and Pasi explained when asked performing about Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival. […]

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Repost: The Submarine Show

Several years ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing several incredible circus performers for the 2015 Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival. For the next few days, I’m going to post more of those interviews. Please enjoy! It all started when Jaron Hollander said to Slater Penney, “Let’s be in a submarine” in a friend’s backyard. Fifteen […]

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NYC in Spring: 2018

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve last posted. Life! Writing! Adventure! I’ve been sick so I’ve taken a pause on eating sugary treats. But I have some fun ones coming up once I can breathe again! Until then, I’ll talk about my recent brief trip to NYC. After arriving to NYC late at night, […]

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Winter Trip 2018: Part 8

January 1st was our last full day on the trip. Sad panda. But we made it count! We started our day at the Victoria and Albert. I’ve mentioned previously about my recent love of this museum. As a kid, I found the museum exceedingly dull but a combination of rebranding and maturity (on my part) […]

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Winter Trip 2018: Part 7

It was the final day of 2017. And we were going to see street art. I have previously talked about the great walking tour company London Walks. We try to take a tour every time we are in London. This time, we were leaving zone 1 to head into Shoreditch and Brick Lane. We were […]

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