Since I haven’t published a Thursday Feel Good post for nearly a year now (and that should tell you something about our state of affairs) I thought this would be a good segue from our political turbulence. The brilliant people behind Jordan’s own, Kharabeesh, put this together. If the parliamentary “confidence vote” process was put […]
Haven’t done one of these posts in a while but it’s been a long first three weeks of the new year, and a lot of depressing news that’s enough to make a person want to… But what better timing than this to have something to pick one’s spirits up. Ok Go, the band that gave […]
Technically, top lists of the past year get something like a 10-day deadline in to the new year before the law says you just can’t publish them anymore. So I thought I’d sneak this one in under the radar while time still allows me. These are not necessarily the best albums of 2009, but they […]
A black stripe is seen on an advertising panel in Amman, ailment on Saturday June 27, sales 2009, pharmacy promoting the upcoming concert that Michael Jackson was supposed to have performed in London. Associated Press – Also, check out this funeral posting in Swefieh. Here as well.
Thank God it’s Thursday. Here’s another pre-weekend feel-good post. a capÂ·pelÂ·la (adv): Without instrumental accompaniment.
Before John Mayer ever released his first album, Room For Squares, I was a fan. And as he continued to grow as an artist I continued to grow as a fan. From his pop-rock, acoustic-driven, radio-friendly hits that made him famous, to the matured blues-rock, electric-driven creative sounds that have turned him into a modern-day […]
Despite all the pre-game drama, it looks like the Jordan Festival is well under way. Last night I went to the Diana Krall concert up at the Citadel, which is, by the way, an absolutely amazing place for a concert. Surrounded by all that is Amman. City lights. Wedding fireworks somewhere in the distance. Perfect […]