It's a wavy sort of world full of animals. It's the poet's life. It's the cockamamie author page of SHARON SUZUKI-MARTINEZ.
I won two tickets to the Austin City Limits taping for Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. I wasn’t expecting it to be the best concert I ever went to, but it was. It was also a reminder to never have definite expectations because that always sets you up for disappointment. Damn, I hate disappointment!
(Here’s me and my husband in the risers at the Moody Theater. Photo by Scott Newton, blue arrow by me.)
Unexpected jellyfish and “the Power of the Possible.”
Cool video. Click the link below to get an infusion of wonder into your life.
Something awesome, surreal and possibly even a little bit magical is happening on a quiet street in the Toxteth district of Liverpool, England. Every night, when the clock strikes 10:00pm, the sliding storefront shutter on a derelict building opens to reveal a radiant blue tank of water filled with live, luminous jellyfish silently swimming around the space.
This dreamlike scene is a site-specific art installation created by artistic duo Walter Hugo & Zoniel for the Liverpool Biennial. Entitled The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Someone Living, the piece was not promoted in advance in any way. Instead it simply started happening and will continue making its punctual 10pm appearance until July 27, 2014.
If you can’t make it to Liverpool before the end of the month, you can click here to watch some video footage of the installation, which was shared by Neal Bryant.
Feast your eyeballs on this gorgeous gigantic banana nut pancake made in a Japanese rice cooker!
Very easy and yummy. I halved the “melt-in-your-mouth pancakes” recipe from the back of a Bisquick box, mixed it together in the rice cooker itself, stirred in a sliced banana and chopped walnuts. You cook it just like rice, so it’s ready in about 50 minutes and pops right out of the pot.