The Actioning of Easter

I’m in full preparation mode. Writing, Planning, Rehearsing and…moving. In the middle of packing, Easter happened. The weekend of elected insanity started on Friday, a group of people from all ages and nationalities came to my house for a potluck, a send-off for my friends from India, Vietnam and Bali who are going back to … Continue reading

Anna and her Chicago dispLAcement

Here’s Anna Keizer, Chicago-turned LA chick and writer extraordinaire for our first ever feature of “The Faces of project1979” series with a few lovely anecdotes about how she became the stellar person she is today. How did you get into blogging, writing and being your wonderful self? I always enjoyed writing as a kid, but got away … Continue reading

Who’s game?

Things are going pretty fast around here. And, it’s fun. In five weeks I’ll be at the Indy Convergence with other FABULOUS artists. Learning. Teaching. And…most importantly…debuting project1979 in all of its’ glory! (Excited much?) A new video series. Starting rehearsals next week… Writing, or rather piecing together people’s quotes, replies to the blog, emails, facebook … Continue reading

How We Are Going To Get Things Done in Six Weeks

The countdown begins before this lovely lil experiment gets to show its purty face to the world in Indianapolis, then Germany, Brussels and Italy. To prevent myself from being frozen in fear, I’m happily documenting the process with a new video series called “How We Are Going to Get Things Done in Six Weeks”. Which … Continue reading

The Faces of project1979

A photographer, a writer, a food scientist, a motorcross racer, an artist and a playwright… New York, LA, London, Italy and New Jersey. -Some of the faces of project1979. In a few days we’ll be posting short interviews about these amazing people. You’ll learn about their lives, their work and maybe even smile a little … Continue reading

Don’t blink

What’s going to happen in the next month (Welcome back, by-the-way) is that project1979 is getting a big ole booster which will shoot over to Indianapolis and then Europe and then not stop till August. Yep, it’s really happening. (Because of you.) Right now I’m compiling the interviews, the pictures, the videos, the facebook statuses, … Continue reading

Hatchbacks to Freedom

At four AM this morning I was thinking of my parents. I was also making a list of things I’d like to do today and wrote both an email and a part of a poem in my head. But that’s besides the point. While that grand old laundry list (Where does that phrasal noun come … Continue reading

Returning, a Year

There are moments in life when I have to stop, embrace the chills coming over me and just say THANK YOU. Recently, I have been in the midst of so many of those moments. Right now I would like to highlight some things that are making me feel very blessed lately. By no means has … Continue reading

Angels among us.

****Update:  The donor heart and lungs are a match.  She’s in surgery at Stanford now.  It is happening. On the eve of one really important interview (that will take place in seven hours), I must write about my friend Sharlie. Boldly she is stepping into surgery-a double lung and heart transplant.  Right now. This 1979er … Continue reading

Lip Syncing: The lost art

Lip Sync (Lip Synch):  to pretend to sing or say in synchronization with recorded sound (Webster’s) I grew up lip syncing.  This was way before Milli, of course.  I do sing, I did then, too.  But really, I just loved to pretend I was someone else.  Coming of age when CD’s were readily available, the … Continue reading

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