The End of an Era

This evening I took a one-way train from Lausanne to Geneve-Aeroport, boarded a plane with two heavy bags, and left Switzerland indefinitely. Last night some of my Poken friends and IMD classmates came out to celebrate my last night on the town. We had cocktails at Kai Zen, followed by La Berlinoise at Bavaria. ItContinue reading “The End of an Era”

The End Of An Era

This weekend marked the end of an era. Oh sure, Michael Jackson died and that’s really too bad. Although I was aware of Michael Jackson throughout my childhood, I didn’t really get into him until my senior year in high school. That’s when JEB brought in the MJ HIStory album to play while we were announcing for women’s lacrosse games. IContinue reading “The End Of An Era”

A Country Kinda Week

I’ve moved through “G” and “H” in my music collection. This has brought with it a high concentration of country music: Garth Brooks, George Strait, Hank Williams, Sr., and Hank Williams, Jr. Although I’m not a HUGE fan of country, it reminds me of Texas and that is comforting.  I’m onto Huey Lewis and theContinue reading “A Country Kinda Week”

Early 80s

My American popular musical Odyssey has arrived in the early ’80s and I couldn’t be more pleased. Why? Two words: Air Supply. I still remember how vehemently I disagreed with my mom as she tried to convince me that they were two male vocalists. I listened to their songs over and over again–how was atContinue reading “Early 80s”