Reality: Los Colorados

Here in Italy at the moment after four and a half months China. I have had little access to internet in the past few months between China )no social media!) and traveling/couch-surfing. Finally, I have stolen a moment between lessons and rehearsals to write about lovely people I met in 2012 while in Berlin that … Continue reading

Raging Against the Machine: Record This!

A project1979 friend of mine wrote this on his status today: Feeling a little older today…Rage against the machine’s first album turn’s 20. I remember buying it on tape at the end of 8th grade…that was a long time ago…but it still is an amazing album…gonna kick ass and blast it into my ears at … Continue reading

project1979: Jackson Edition!

Welcome everyone! Click Here for our live stream for the show tonight! Enjoy!

Madonna, Jackson and project1979

Getting geared up for the next project1979 show on Thursday! http://www.facebook.com/events/462524703791280/?fref=ts It will be a heavily musical show so we decided to ask the question: What is your favorite Madonna song/video?  

Wednesday Music Video Mash-up

Why not? Asked this question on the FB page for the web series pilot we’re working on: What was your  favorite childhood/adolescent video? Here’s a playlist brought to you directly from our lovely project1979 FB community! Enjoy 🙂 I didn’t choose them (okay, except for the last three) but love them all. Viva the MTV generation! … Continue reading

Suddenly, Susan

Faces of project1979 returns with a trailblazer! First thing on the brain today: Susan. I haven’t technically interviewed her and might not get the chance but since it is my blog I get to bend the rules 🙂 Here’s a mention of her lovely self back in January: https://project1979.wordpress.com/2011/12/28/the-battles-three-women-inspire/ Susan came to Rome after I had done project1979 … Continue reading

Into the Wild: the Met, Movement and Motherhood

Former Rockette Sarah Weber Gallo balances (pun intended) being a mom with her day job balleting at the Metropolitan Opera while squeezing in opportunities to create movement pieces outside of work. I met Super Sarah at the Indy Convergence a few weeks ago and understood shortly thereafter that she was a force to be reckoned … Continue reading

William Dewey on Writing: The World of Wicked Joy

Will (William) Dewey is an old college friend. We met first semester there and it stuck. I’m lucky, so lucky that he took the time to enter into this email conversation with me. He’s about to embark on a tour to present his latest book The Homeland of Pure Joy. In short, he’s awesome. Could … Continue reading

Vikrant Lal: Tasting the Science of Love

I met Vikrant in 2003 when he arrived on my doorstep (or, more accurately, he arrived at my door after 7 flights of 400-year-old stairs) in Naples, Italy which was in full summer swing. He was on a tour of Europe with his Glee club and I hosted him and two of his friends (one of … 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

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