Monthly Archives: October 2018

I’ve found my Muse.

Terpsichore. My liberal-artsy friends may have learned that it rhymes with “hickory”, but in New Orleans it’s pronounced “TURP-si-kor”. Terpsichore is one of a series of streets in the Lower Garden District named for the Greek Muses. Terpsichore is the … Continue reading

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Everything I need to know about polls I learned in Junior High

It’s funny how some episodes from your past stick in your memory, while more significant ones don’t. In ninth grade, all students were asked to complete a written survey on the topic of alcohol and drugs. We were told that … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Dyspeptic Date

“That’s her. She’s the one.” Scott pointed to a picture of a girl named Rhonda in the freshman facebook. Before there was Facebook, every college had a freshman facebook. It was the last day of orientation, 1974. Scott was a … Continue reading

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