Month: April 2009

  • Gaining Leverage

    This post will cover a few related topics. They’re all about TV shows. We probably watch too much TV, and I make no apologies for it. We lead reasonably intense lives and watching TV shows works wonderfully to help us escape and unwind. I have more forgiving tastes than Lois (meaning, I would […]

  • Do The Right Thing

    In my last post, titled Make The Time, I mentioned that we spent a fair amount of time riffing on obvious blog titles. I decided to steal one of them for this post, even though the subject will have nothing to do with the example given in the last post. That’s one of […]

  • Make the Time

    Lois and I have been, and continue to be blessed, in many ways. At or near the top of that list is the amazing group of friends that we have. Individually and collectively, they bring us immeasurable joy, and expand our horizons with each interaction. I know that many people lead busy, complicated […]

  • Trust the Sidux.com Home Page

    If I detailed all of the hurt I caused myself (entirely my fault) in this one post, I’d be typing for hours. I’ll spare myself (and you) all of the gory details, and summarize. If you follow my techie posts (way fewer than my music posts), then you know that I’m a big […]

  • Colin Hay at Canal Room

    I was very late to the blogging world. Rob Page (CEO of Zope Corporation) needled me for a while, and I finally relented. My only goal was to document our lives (mostly the good memories) in excruciating detail, so that as our memories fade (or fail), we’d have a record to look back […]

  • Girlyman at Barns at Wolf Trap

    Another night, another fabulous Girlyman concert. Same old, same old, blah blah blah. Right? Wrong! 🙂 So, I just covered their April Fool’s NYC show at Joe’s Pub extensively in this post the other day. I’ll try not to be too repetitious, but I will highlight some of the similarities. I mentioned in […]

  • Colin Hay at Birchmere

    Last night we saw Colin Hay for the first time at Birchmere. I’ve known a lot of his famous songs for nearly 30 years, but I never knew his name, nor even knew that he was the leader of Men At Work. In fact, more often than not, when I mention to someone […]

  • Girlyman at Joe’s Pub

    I know I’m boring my regular readers by repeating that Girlyman is my favorite group. At least you now that this continues to be the case. 😉 Last night was the ninth time that we’ve seen them perform live, and the fourth time we’ve seen them at Joe’s Pub, our favorite club. We […]