The Glory of a Baritone

The Glory of a Baritone

A baritone is a classical type of singing voice that originates from the Greek term βαρύτονος or heavy sounding. Cheers to all the “heavy sounding” papas who wear their armor of God not for accolades but for the mission of … Continue reading

Worn Out Your Welcome.

Worn Out Your Welcome.

My fedora is doing a little seated mediation while simultaneously saving a spot, not so much on the counter but for the stool tucked in just under the countertop. Takes me back to my second-grade years, remember saving the seat … Continue reading

Holding Space for Chance

I gave up superstition and coincidence recently, belief systems seem to be dissolving in front of my eyes. Coincidence in particular seems to be lethal these days. Isn’t it a coincidence that humans merged into the Chordata phylum, the same … Continue reading

The Great Division

The Great Division

As my fellow Hellenes gather around for the festivities, a great divide among family and friends reveals itself on tables all around the globe. The ones in favor of melomakarona and those in favor of kourambiedes. Two unshakeable faiths, each … Continue reading