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Never would I have expected my phone would go off late Tuesday evening alerting me that an Amtrak train I take regularly had derailed. Does that mean I never considered a derailment as a possible event? Absolutely not. The very sad reality about the horrific events of Amtrak 188 is […]

I’d Still Take The Train Over Anything Else







I’ll admit that when it comes to newsletters in my inbox, I usually glance over them. However, one managed to catch my eye today, the Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia’s newsletter (JASGP for short). It was pretty hard missing the banner at the top: “Become a JASGP member, win […]

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Awesome. Mind-blowing. Stunning. Incredible. All gross understatements. Describing the Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses’ performance in Philadelphia may well be impossible to adequately do in just a single word. However, there are two things that are for sure: one, it was the best concert I’ve ever been two, […]

Dear Symphony of the Goddesses, Please Come Back to Philly


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If this were a movie rather than a blog, this is where one of those fancy transitions would go. But it’s not. Nonetheless, it has indeed been a month since I’ve last posted. Given that the second to last post made on here was the one celebrating our first birthday, yeah, that […]

One Month Later…


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Disclaimer: While I am friends with the producer of the tour, Jeron Moore, this post is being made entirely on my own will. He doesn’t even know this post is going up. In case you haven’t heard, and judging from Twitter’s reaction last night chances are you haven’t, The Legend […]

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses To Stop ...




If you’re one of the few people who really know me, you already know I crack off jokes about SEPTA on occasion, from nothing says “Good Morning, Philly” like equipment problems to the real motto of SEPTA isn’t “We’re Getting There” it’s “We’re Getting There [Eventually]”. But despite the equipment problems, insanely crowded trains […]

You can call me nuts, but I DO miss SEPTA