69 to 99 Moving Finds: Part Three

This one wasn't really a "moving find" per se, since it's been hanging on my wall since returning from the first time I went to Iceland in 2011. Jón Sæmundur Auðarson is an Icelandic artist who created the Dead project in 2003, nine years after he was diagnosed HIV positive. The message behind Dead is... Continue Reading →

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69 to 99 Moving Finds: Part Two

I've become so deeply immersed in the education of the suicide prevention movement over the past six years that it's hard to remember a time when I wasn't involved. My reasons for initially discovering the campaign were both serendipitous and personal, and it turned out to be, what I believe to be, one of the... Continue Reading →

69 to 99 Moving Finds: Part One

"Moving sucks" is an oft-repeated phrase which I can't add to in any way.I'm currently in the midst of leaving a place I've been in for 10 years. That's a large chunk of time. Certainly the longest I've ever been in one place for any one period of time. Hell, maybe ever. My old address... Continue Reading →

“I Was Spinning Free…”

This week marks the 15th anniversary of Jimmy Eat World's breakthrough effort Bleed American.  To mark the occasion, I did a short piece on the record for Diffuser. But personally, the album remains one of those which represents a particular period in time; in this case the summer of 2001. Having just graduated from college,... Continue Reading →

Soak Me To My Skin

I've always had an interesting relationship with the Stone Roses. Not that there was any snuggle time with Messrs. Brown and Squire; no, this was purely based on sonic love and lust. The band's 1989 debut is looked at - rightfully so - as their one-off masterpiece. Due to a much publicized court battle with... Continue Reading →

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