Monthly Archive: February, 2013

Spotlight: Amy Morrow (Dancer & Teacher)

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Dear Barazans, This is my dear friend, Amy Morrow. Before we begin the interview about Gaga (the movement language I’ve been promising to tell you about), here’s a little background info on my… Continue reading

Hair health

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by Carrie Pokrefke When I was in Seattle in the Summer of 2010, I despartely needed a hair cut. I walked into Duque Salon and Spa in Ballard and Giovanna Duque led me… Continue reading

Oh- what an English husband can introduce you to…

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There are lots of cool things about being married to a British guy. Not the least of which is the accent. And being able to keep only real beer in the house. One… Continue reading

Words

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Human beings create our own monsters and we create our own stories about monsters.  We cause fear and structure society through stories.  With the mere vocal noises we can create terror or inspiration,… Continue reading

In which I lose my mind over haiku

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A colleague at work suggested we use only haiku in emails. I wasn’t sure at all, wasn’t familiar with haiku’s basics. She went first, made it seem pretty easy so I had a… Continue reading

Ginger Pop: Victory Begins at Home

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This post first appeared last March. As I am burned out after a weekend of workshops, I’m a lazy reposter today. My apologies, folks. I’ll be back with something sparkly and fresh in… Continue reading

Commercial Songs

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Raise your hand if you’ve ever googled a commercial just to find out more about the music in it. Don’t be shy. These two in particular caught my attention. “The Golden Age” by… Continue reading

Atlanta Underground Market

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by Carrie Pokrefke I moved from Mississippi to Atlanta, Georgia in August of 2010. It’s a big change from the slow-paced life of Mississippi, but it does offer a lot of options that… Continue reading

Valentine Roundup

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I know I’m supposed to be posting an interview with the fabulous Amy Morrow today, but I forgot my post would fall on Valentine’s Day! So, you’ll just have to stick around a… Continue reading

Agape´

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by Carrie Pokrefke Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day and for some it is a welcome day to celebrate.  For others, they despise the day.  Over the years, I’ve fallen into the “Anti-Valentine’s Day” category a few… Continue reading