Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Hello again, lovely readers! I’ve kept my promise and offer a 2nd blog post in as many days to cheer your hearts and minds. Or something like that. All this really means is that I’m finally getting myself to focus … Continue reading

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Laban

My time at the Dance Notation Bureau has come to an end, but before I head to the next adventure of this fellowship and year, I’d love to tell you about the two collections I’ve been working on over the … Continue reading

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Indiana Follows Me Everywhere…

Kurt Vonnegut once wrote, “I don’t know what it is about Hoosiers, but wherever you go there is always a Hoosier doing something very important there.” Well, I haven’t found any Hoosiers in the DNB’s Research Files, but Indiana is … Continue reading

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