Monthly Archives: May 2012

"Ravel"ing in Shostakovich's Re-awakening

By |May 22nd, 2012|

I love all types of music. I love old theaters. I love exploring my city. So what took me so long to venture out to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s (ISO) inaugural wave of Krzysztof Urbanski’s first season as Music Director? This Polish-American whippersnapper has left […]

Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due

By |May 16th, 2012|

One of the biggest perils of creating content as a freelancer is copyright infringement. Yes, we also stress about plagiarism and outstanding invoices that go ignored. Yet the fear of your work appearing in someone else’s oeuvre without permission is very real.

Coming from the world […]

Thriving With Fear

By |May 8th, 2012|

I have a reputation for despising platitudes. You know, those trite expressions people offer you when they hope to make you feel better or coerce you into doing them a favor. Yes, those.

I don’t know when my disdain for clichéd quotes and banal truisms began, […]