At the moment, I mean in this moment right now I am repeating to myself: isuckisuckisuckisuck a mantra I would like to backspace right now. But then I’d be lying. I’ve written two blogposts in the the last month. Didn’t manage to make them perfect so they are still in drafts. Most days I wake … Continue reading
“To be left alone on the tightrope of youthful unknowing is to experience the excruciating beauty of full freedom and the threat of eternal indecision. Few, if any, survive their teens. Most surrender to the vague but murderous pressure of adult conformity. It becomes easier to die and avoid conflict than to maintain a constant … Continue reading
Richie Parker gives us another reason to be proud of our generation.
In solidarity against indifference and apathy, tomorrow I’ll be at the Colosseum and Spanish Steps in Rome to dance my fanny off for One Billion Rising. I am psyched! I think I’ll wear my boots. And I’ll be dancing for this woman in particular who was part of the project1979 London edition: I am also rising for … Continue reading
project1979 spent this weekend filming our pilot in rome. a beautiful experience. THANK YOU to all involved. http://www.facebook.com/project1979
I cannot sit idly by. About 50 years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote a letter while being imprisoned in Birmingham. He was a year older than I am now. A year ago I was here: https://project1979.wordpress.com/2012/01/16/374/ And, of the many things that he wrote in that letter, I cannot sit idly by in Atlanta … Continue reading
This year, let’s celebrate you! Nearly three precious weeks of 2013 have been consumed. Putting all New Year’s resolutions aside, I asked the question: What is your favorite thing about 2013 so far? Answers ranging from simple to delicious, it is clear that there is a lot sparkling during this dark, stormy and often blues-inspiring … Continue reading
Try you best for the future. Don’t waste time. Everyone has to make something out of himself. In June, I collaborated with the folks of Bluespots productions on a project for World Refugee Day. I lived with refugees and artists in a space called The Grand Hotel for about three weeks. What I learned there … Continue reading