Acousticity:  A blog about the music that matters to me
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Acousticity:  A blog about the music that matters to me

By JOHN LEHNDORFF (April 28, 2015) I grew up long ago under the auspices of Pete Seeger and Johann Sebastian Bach. I listened to Cream upstairs while Dad played with his string quartet downstairs. I thought every kid got to go see Leonard Bernstein. My brother Pete wrote funny modern folk songs. My brother Paul … Continue reading

The Rights (and Wrongs) of spring:  Seeds in the garden, on the page
Colorado food

The Rights (and Wrongs) of spring: Seeds in the garden, on the page

(Note; Here’s a feature I wrote about spring gardening in Boulder County. Some of the advice won’t apply this year because it’s already April. Happy Planting. – JL) By John Lehndorff (April 6, 2015) Whether you are thinking about a gigantic sunflower waving in the Boulder breeze or plotting a schematic of the available soil … Continue reading

Found in the freezer: A stuffing for all seasons
Colorado food / Food trends

Found in the freezer: A stuffing for all seasons

By John Lehndorff (April 1, 2015) – I found the flattened package hidden behind plastic container of broth, green chile and whole bananas in the freezer the other night. It’s my last package of stuffing from Thanksgiving 2014. Butter-infused mashed potatoes are melded with crumbled and fried hot Italian sausage plus onions, sage and the … Continue reading