Monthly Archives: September 2010

A window into what could be

Just as I finished sending off that ‘urgent’ email, Hugo Diaz’s ‘Cafetín de Buenos Aires’ started playing in my headphones. I couldn’t help but remove my fingers from the keyboard and look outside. Hugo Diaz always softened my mood. It … Continue reading

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Re-opening old wounds

Some wounds are invisible to the naked eye but they run deep. The pain you feel when they’re first created pales in comparison to the pain you feel as they run their course and try to heal. When they’re first … Continue reading

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The man behind the dancer

As I sat down to write, I tried to pin down exactly what it is that I love about watching Fabian Peralta dance and it finally came to me. He visually brings out layers of the music that my ears … Continue reading

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