Author: Mike Garrity

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Down at the Dock

There were a bunch of birds hanging out down at the dock tonight. I’m not sure what this next one got into to get covered with white feathers. It kind of looks like he...

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Ladysmith Black Mombazo & Miloš Karadaglić

We saw a couple of great concerts this week. First up was Ladysmith Black Mombazo at Sanders theater. This concert was originally supposed to be Saturday night, but the blizzard forced them to delay...

The Minecraft Problem 0

The Minecraft Problem

Now that the rumors have started circulating about the next generation of game consoles, everyone is starting to realize that they might not matter anymore. Ben Kuchera at Penny Arcade recently coined a good...

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Science Fair

Peter’s science fair was this evening. I think that he’s glad to be done with it, but it went pretty well. He gave lots of demos of his robot and answered lots of questions....

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Snow

We haven’t had much snow this winter, but today it looks a bit more like February should. All of the dogs in the neighborhood seemed to think it was pretty great. But some of...

A Big Auction of Tiny Cars 1

A Big Auction of Tiny Cars

Bruce Weiner is famous for his enormous collection of microcars. He has apparently decided that the hunt is better than the catch. Next week he is auctioning them all off. If you’re in Madison...

The Servant of Two Masters 0

The Servant of Two Masters

Last night we went to see the Yale Rep’s wonderful production of Goldoni’s The Servant of Two Masters. We saw the ART production years ago with Tommy Derrah as Truffaldino. That was a lot...

The View From Your Window 0

The View From Your Window

I’m a big fan of the The View From Your Window contest on Andrew Sullivan’s blog. On Sunday he posts a picture and everyone has until Tuesday to guess where it was taken. The...

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Lost in Timbuktu

It was encouraging to hear yesterday that French and Malian troops had retaken the historic city of Timbuktu, but it was hard to take any joy in it when it was mixed with the...

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The Indian Queen

Last night we went to Jordan Hall to see the Handel & Haydn Society do Purcell’s The Indian Queen. Here they are getting set up between the preconcert talk and the concert. Before the...