How's the world? The world's pretty cold today. But I have "extra hot" turkinpippuri (pictured here; a Finnish candy that's like a salty licorice filled with hot powder), and I have a cup of tea, and I have an elderly senior computer overheating in my lap, so I'm not complaining.
I feel like the following paragraph should qualify for this week's ARTS, even though it's a hot mess 'cause some of the things to Attend and Read and See and Think are all mixed together. So I'll just give it to you straight, which is how you told me you liked it when you texted me at 4AM. Therefore:
I went to see Brett Saxon play earlier tonight at Goodbye Blue Monday, a great Bushwick venue. After his songs, which are getting more beautiful and complex each time I see him live, another wonderful artist played: Kim Boekbinder. Please go here and listen to Gypsy (and other songs also) right now. These songs were very good and Kim herself looked magical because she had on 289347 different sparkly pieces of outfit. You should also think about donating, if you like the music. There's an option so you don't feel like a mooch. I hate it when you feel like a mooch, silly monkey.