Speaking

Turning Thirty, The Musical – A New Peformance

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I’m excited to announce an intimate Turning Thirty, The Musical performance. It is designed for healthcare professionals seeking CEU credits, and we’ll be discussing survivorship. It’s this Thursday evening, please register to come and/or share with those you think may want to attend. Thank you to CEU Concepts for the opportunity and to Garden Plaza […]

Music

How We Started A New Relay Fundraiser

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Urban Blue performing for our Relay for Life fundraising event Short answer: With great people and a whole lot of hard work! Now for the long answer. The Idea In March, I approached some friends at work about doing a fundraiser for Relay For Life. Having some experience doing Relay shows and fundraisers around the […]

Music

Relay For Life FUNRaiser Show

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It’s Relay season, and I’ll be with my band Urban Blue performing live for a show and silent auction to support the American Cancer Society. Get your tickets now before they’re gone! I hope to see you there.  Friday, April 25th, 6:30 – 9 PMAtlanta Marriott Marquis265 Peachtree Center Ave NEAtlanta, GA 30303Tickets: $20, $30/couple […]

Running

Race Recap: 2014 Publix Georgia Half Marathon

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Once again, I chose to run one of my favorite races, the Publix Georgia Half Marathon. It starts and ends at Centennial Olympic Park, walking distance from my office. It’s primary sponsor is Publix, where I shop, and which provides great healthy food at the race. It goes through my neighborhood as well as some […]

Running

Race Recap: 2014 The Intown Ten

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Rounding out my “K” races, I finished my first official 10K race – The Intown Ten. Earlier I ran a 5K and a 15K, so that I could have an official PR for 5K, 10K, 15K, Half Marathon, and Marathon. I enjoy races close to home, and this was one of the best – right […]

Music

Bleeding Fingers Composer Contest

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Recently, I found a contest by the Bleeding Fingers Custom Music Shop called Hans Zimmer Wants You. Hans Zimmer is an Academy Award winning composer whose credits include 12 Years a Slave, Man of Steel, and The Dark Knight Rises. He composed a piece called Destiny’s Door, and posted all of the “stems” meaning all […]

Musings

The Winter Olympics and My Family History

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As I watch the Winter Olympics (and prepare for Atlanta’s Snowpocalypse II) I feel the desire to share a bit of family history. My great aunt (my father’s aunt) was Olga Organista, a Hungarian pairs figure skater with partner Sandor Szalay. Together, they were Hungarian champions from 1928-1930; European champions in Vienna in 1930 and […]