“I’m in love with modern moonlight128 when it’s dark outsideI’m in love with MassachusettsI’m in love with the radio onIt helps me from being alone late at nightHelps me from being lonely late at night” “Roadrunner” – Jonathan (Jojo) Richman & The Modern Lovers In terms of raw numbers, Massachusetts outdid all the states we … Continue reading Jojo’s Playground: Massachusetts
“Three forms the soul to a positive sumDance to this fix and flex every muscleSpace can be filled if you rise like my lumberAdvance to the tune but don’t do the hustleShake, rattle, roll to my Magic NumberNow you may try to subtract itBut it just won’t go awayThree times one?(What is it? – One, … Continue reading Alook at Atrio of States (CT/NH/RI)
“In my car sweating like a dogBeers and chairs no frontiersOn my way from the ‘Frisco BayDixieland, soda-pop man High five! More dead than aliveRocking the plastic like a man from the CatskillsHigh five! More dead than aliveRocking the plastic like a man from the Catskills” “High 5 (Rock the Catskills)” – Beck Traveling east … Continue reading Gettin’ Our Feels in The Catskills
“Yeah, here’s to allTo all this culture’s rules and your pretty thingsHow dirty, wild, blurry, juvenileWe ain’t got no time for what tomorrow bringsAnd the choir sings To all the lows and every highThe hellos and the goodbyesIn this moment, I could die with you” “Don’t Come Down” – The Maine We really explored only … Continue reading The Maine Event
We’ve been slowly but cautiously breaking out from underneath the COVID bubble in our travels, but we were both a little wary when it came to anything that wasn’t beyond a short little day trip. Our trip to Minnesota in 2020 was more of a working vacation (helping a friend move out into a new … Continue reading An Old Routine in New England
I do pay attention my former state of residence more in passing these days, but I can attest to the political wackiness that often accompanies California politics. The mechanics that recalled Governor Gray Davis and brought Arnold Schwarzenegger to the head role in state government in 2003 are plainly in motion with a similar effort … Continue reading California – A (Pseudo)-Revamped Menu
This post started off in one direction, and in the course of a day veered off into another. Initially, this was a post about how hot takes like Washington Post columnist Gene Weingarten and his post about foods he hates annoy me so much. I have come across a few bad takes on food during … Continue reading Food vs. Funny
One of science’s greatest strengths is also, ironically enough, one of its weaknesses. Science essentially is humanity’s way to seek out the how and why of the world at large. Of course, when humans don’t know much about a certain process, theories (essentially a “best guess”) are given as to why it happens. Typically, further … Continue reading Science Still Can Be Fun
2020 would have seemed to be the worst time to enter the restaurant world, but that’s what Ben Kelley and a host of partners did when they opened Emmett’s Cafe in their edge-of-German-Village location in October. I admit I didn’t think much of it at first. There were plenty of more familiar favorites that needed … Continue reading Appearances Can Be Deceiving
Truth be told, the title of this blog post was not the question actually asked. But it sure did inspire the title, and gave me cause for some reflection. The question, as posed in the “Curious Cbus” segment of WOSU News, was why did Columbus, unlike other cities, not have a Chinatown? My initial instincts … Continue reading Why Are There No Chinese Restaurants in Columbus?
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