The canopy has been rented for the comfort station. Thank you Taylor Rentals. Thank you James for making me realize the party rental place was Taylor Rentals and not Taylor Reynolds, like the number in physics. Thank you Dorothy for making everything happen at the Campus Center (that’s where all the comfort will be next Thursday).
This evening, performers, videographers, assistants and coordinators got together for some herbish pasta, apple spinach salad, and garlic bread in Quaker House. We discussed our thrills, hopes, queries, and fears about next week’s rehearsals and performance over wine and coffee. A classy affair for a classy crew!
T-minus one week until the performance shoot!
Bi-Co Mix CD Party
Friday, March 20th, 9 p.m.
Did you participate in the Bi-Co Mix CD Exchange? Wish you had participated? Now that the exchange is over, join Mawrtyrs and Fords in James House for a party celebrating the mixes we made for each other.
Big Birthday Party
Saturday, March 21st, 9 p.m.
Do you know Emily Carton, Sydney Keough, Hilary Schwartz, Julia Ryan, Cristina Smith, or Laura Zipin? Join us in James House to celebrate all their birthdays! Bring presents, because this is their birthday party.
among friends is coming next week!
I just can’t help myself.
I went to a high school, actually the oldest public high school in the country, where a “classical” education was not only valued, but required. We took four years of latin (it used to be six years, then five years…) and learned all about Julius Caesar and his downfall on the Ides of March. We learned about the brothers, Romulus and Remus, and how Romulus literally stabbed Remus in the back. As much as I hate on my high school, I secretly sort of love these geeky holidays.
Here’s more geeky stuff, for your enjoyment:
And here’s an article to help you through this fateful day:
Behind the scenes of our very own Making the Band. More to come, very, very soon. I wonder if this man has anything to say about our little project:
This is the first time since high school that I have used a glue stick or cut a bunch of things out of a piece of paper. Read the rest of this entry »
I am currently raiding my house for “curing” tchotchkes for the comfort station. My mom is sad to part with her little toy bee and her flashing disco ring from my cousin’s bat mitzvah, but my dad is thrilled to get rid of all the junk in our house. Who’s going to get the green whistle, the rosary beads from my trip to Greece in 5th grade, or my orange star-shaped glasses from kindergarten?