It’s been another event packed year. Luckily not as much as last year, but China seems so long ago. Yet it was still 2018. I’m making a concerted effort to try to keep a pretty relaxed schedule the rest of the year. Primarily so I can catch up on some of my games, the blog, […]Read more "A Thankful Year"
I profess I’m not much of a car guy. But growing up in the surrounding suburbs of Detroit and having family and friends working in the automotive industry does tend to keep you engaged. When the auto show comes around, downtown gets bustling. Luckily I don’t have to work down there like some of my […]Read more "2018 North American International Auto Show"
The day after the Clean Bandit concert, Mike Posner was playing. So after finding out from Ian, Pat and I decided to also attend that concert. After all Mike Posner is a Michigan native, from Birmingham, MI. I’m pretty sure I have friends that knew him in high school. So a hometown show? I couldn’t […]Read more "Mike Posner at St. Andrew’s Hall"
Ever since Clean Bandit came out with Rather Be, I’ve enjoyed their music. I’m a sucker for violin in bands. Clean Bandit was performing at St. Andrew’s Hall – it was my second time at the venue. Pat and I used our voucher to see ’em when they came to Detroit. This post is going […]Read more "Clean Bandit at St. Andrew’s Hall"
The Chainsmokers have seemingly gotten big really quickly. It seems like they took off after Selfie came out; ironically they really dislike that song. With the release of their debut album, “Memories Do Not Open”, they also started a tour. They came to perform at Joe Louis Arena as one of the final events there. […]Read more "Chainsmokers: Memories Do Not Open Tour"
I’ve known of Deadmau5 for a long time; but I have never really listened to his music. But given his renown, I wanted to see him when he came to town. Steve brought up the concert and I immediately jumped on the idea. By the time I got around to buying main floor tickets, they […]Read more "Deadmau5 Concert & Easter Weekend"
When I was a child, I visited Point Pelee National Park with my parents very often. Often enough that I remember the boardwalk area explicitly. Since Canada is celebrating its 150th anniversary by giving away free Canadian National Park Passes, I decided it was time to revisit one of my childhood haunts. In addition, I’ve […]Read more "A state park, an art project, and a national park"