Posts in the “TANGLEWOOD” category

Rest, then

by angeliska on October 21, 2009

(via paperlilies) Fever dreams, strange passages, sleeping all day. Oh, I’ve been so ill! Again, a nasty bug has knocked me down- an unfortunate casualty of my poor candle, burnt at both ends. I’ve been flattened like a pancake under (…)

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Languishing in New York

by angeliska on September 16, 2009

(From the collection of Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood) I arrived in the city soundly, despite Mercury’s meddlings (delays, insane turbulence) and headed straight from the airport to the Hungarian House where my beloved Zlatne Uste Balkan Brass Band and (…)

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New York Redux circa 2006

by angeliska on September 13, 2009

Oh my. It’s been a while since I was last in New York. I just dug up these pictures from the last time I was there, and I’m flooded by memories of how much fun we had.. Now I’m even (…)

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Voyages: Chicago

by angeliska on September 1, 2009

So, remember when I went to Chicago? I’m just now finding a minute to write about all that, so forgive the vast rewind- as per usual, I create my own time-space continuum and all that. I find myself in a (…)

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Krewe of Eris – The Feast of the Appetites!

by angeliska on May 4, 2009

I look forward to the Krewe of Eris parade every year- it usually happens on the weekend before Mardi Gras, and this year (it occurred back in February, mind) it was quite chilly indeed. Luckily we were all able to (…)

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by angeliska on March 1, 2009

It’s always so strange- the feeling of traveling a long way in the course of a day. A morning, and then an afternoon pass on the journey and I am hurtled across these old familiar highways back to a place (…)

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Gold and Gray

by angeliska on December 5, 2008

A series of lazy days, wherein I attempt to hack chunks off of a steadily expanding list, but when I’m chilly I seem to get less done- I need to crouch near the heater and contemplate the dust-motes whispering gold (…)

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Take a walk with me..

by angeliska on May 12, 2008

This is the face of an accomplished woman. My wee jaunt to Indiana was no mere pleasure trip- (though lovely and lackadaisical in the the extreme it was indeed) the journey was occasioned by the graduation of one of my (…)

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Krewe of Eris – The Swarm

by angeliska on February 18, 2008

On the Sunday before Mardi Gras, the street were overtaken by a gorgeous swarm of insects- The Krewe of Eris! This convivial promenade of bugs and beetles reminded me of The Butterfly Ball, both the poem by William Roscoe, written (…)

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Lundi Gras Valentine

by angeliska on February 14, 2008

The road back through the bayou began at the bank, fraught with all the typical mercury in retrograde shenanigans.. Luckily, these snaggles were all swiftly dispatched with relative calm and the rest of our visit was hitchless bliss! Alix the (…)

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