Monthly Archives: July 2014

On Singing Badly

I have a secret skill: singing really badly. Seriously. And by badly, I mean excruciatingly badly. Ask my brother. When I wanted to torture him growing up, I would sing ‘New York, New York’ as loudly and as off-key as … Continue reading

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Ever been to a gym class? You know those stretches at the end, how some people can do the forward fold over split legs really easily, and other people can do the forward fold over crossed legs really easily, but … Continue reading

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Late Night Poetry: Shelley

It’s time once again for Late Night Poetry here at The Skinny (Our motto: I’ll Go To Bed After I Read This Next Chapter, Really, I Mean it This Time). Am feeling classical today, probably because – on my own … Continue reading

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Happy 4th!

  Eat! Drink! Be merry! Reflect on democracy, the foresight of our founding fathers, and the battles that just barely won the upstart American colonies independence from Britain! Or, that last one… maybe not, I guess. Probably not? Definitely not, … Continue reading

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My jumbotron moment

I’ve performed in lots of spaces, from tiny shacks full of weird trinkets to baseball stadiums, but I think this was my first time in a hockey arena — with both a backing band and a big ol’ choir: I’m … Continue reading

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