Keeping the Tradition Alive

Keeping the Tradition Alive

12/13/2013  |  3 Comments

It was a warm September afternoon when I approached Blair Kilpatrick's Berkeley home. The sounds of Cajun accordion and fiddle floated out... more

An Epic Scavenger Hunt

An Epic Scavenger Hunt

12/02/2013  |  4 Comments

I can't remember the last time I participated in a scavenger hunt. High school, probably. But when I heard that... more

Using Our Powers For Good

Using Our Powers For Good

11/18/2013  |  5 Comments

San Francisco knows how to throw a party, and I'm usually pretty good at avoiding them. Music Festivals . .... more

Les Bon Temps in Sebastopol

Les Bon Temps in Sebastopol

11/14/2013  |  2 Comments

I think a big part of why I am having so much fun exploring Cajun and Zydeco music is that... more

What Horses Can Teach Us

What Horses Can Teach Us

08/20/2013  |  1 Comment

On August 9th, I returned to Ocean Riders of Marin for a very special morning. There is always activity around... more

Pretty Coffee

Pretty Coffee

08/13/2013  |  1 Comment

I remember the first time I experienced latte art. I was visiting Grace in Chico, it must be six years... more

Life Lessons From A Small Town

Life Lessons From A Small Town

07/23/2013  |  18 Comments

On June 28th, the Albany Recreation and Community Services Department hosted its first Pechakucha Night, and I was honored to... more

After the Fair

After the Fair

07/16/2013  |  5 Comments

The Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton is over, and racing has moved on to the State Fair in Sacramento. But... more

Music and Place: A Lovely Meeting

Music and Place: A Lovely Meeting

07/11/2013  |  No Comments

It has been almost two weeks since Les Amis Zydeco played at Tara Firma Farms, and I'm still thinking about... more

Practicing Patience, or Procrastinating?

Practicing Patience, or Procrastinating?

06/18/2013  |  No Comments

I find myself in a bit of a holding pattern. There are several fun things on the horizon, but for... more