Visiting Nancy, France Through Cafés

  Can you believe that I’ve officially been in France for 200 days?! I can’t. It feels like it was just yesterday when I was struggling to order a sandwich at my first boulangerie. In honor of my 200th day in France, I thought I would take you on a double-whammy blog/vlog tour of some of my favorite cafés in Nancy. What better way to … Continue reading Visiting Nancy, France Through Cafés

Soundbites: Dvořák’s Symphony No. 6 in D major, Op. 60

One of the more awesome things I’ve been doing this summer is writing program notes for some classical music concerts around Salt Lake City. For those who don’t know, program notes are a staple in classical music. They provide historical, social, and/or theoretical context for the pieces that are featured in the concert and are often meant to be a listening guide of sorts. In May, I … Continue reading Soundbites: Dvořák’s Symphony No. 6 in D major, Op. 60

Bookmarked: Class Matters

Welcome to my new series of short-form media reviews: Bookmarked, Screenshots, and Soundbites for books, movies, TV, music etc. I hope you find the format quick, interesting, and informative! Class Matters by Correspondents of the New York Times “Liberals say the findings are evidence of the need for better early-education and antipoverty programs to try to redress an imbalance in opportunities. Conservatives tend to assert that … Continue reading Bookmarked: Class Matters