Russell was born and raised in Oskaloosa, Iowa; his father was a former naval officer who eventually served as mayor of the town. As a child and adolescent, he studied the cello and piano and began to compose his own music. When he was 18 he moved to San Francisco, where he lived in a Buddhist commune led by Neville G. Pemchekov Warwick. After earning his high school equivalency, he studied North Indian classical music at the Ali Akbar College of Music and Western composition part-time at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He met Allen Ginsberg, with whom he began to work, accompanying him on the cello as a soloist or in groups while Ginsberg sang or read his poetry.
When Arthur arrives home, D.W. still has the hiccups and tries to hang upside-down from a swing. Arthur advises her to hold her breath while counting backwards from 100. She gets to 99 but loses count. The Tibble twins lose count too as D.W. accidentally falls off the swing. Inside the house, Arthur plays Für Elise and proves to Buster that he doesn't need to practice. Buster wonders why Arthur couldn't play it at school. Arthur explains that he was nervous of hitting the wrong note there. Buster thinks Arthur needs to be confident, and tells him to allow the piano to sound great and \"show it who's boss!\". He advises Arthur to try to imitate Beethoven, whose picture is on a book cover. Arthur finds that trying to frown like Beethoven \"hurts his face\". Buster thinks Arthur maybe needs a casual attitude instead, specifically doing a joke. Buster thinks of a musical joke by doing \"Shave and a Haircut\", where D.W. finishes off with two hiccups in-a-row. Arthur wonders what key Buster hit to produce the hiccuping sound.Grandma Thora tries a relaxing technique to cure D.W.'s hiccups by having her take a spoonful of peanut butter and savoring it. As Arthur finishes practicing, Grandma Thora and D.W. are impressed. Arthur tells Grandma Thora that the song he played was for her, and that she wants to hear him play. Grandma Thora tells Arthur that he was so excited one time while at the circus that he was having a lot of fun there, before anything even happened. Grandma Thora tells Arthur that the audience is actually not against Arthur at all; they're all just excited to be there at the show. Grandma Thora tells Arthur that if he gets nervous at the recital, to just remember that she's there, and that she loves hearing Arthur play.
On the night of the recital, Francine hopes that Arthur has practiced. Arthur tells Ms. Krasny that he is feeling better to date. Buster is exhausted after playing a lot of notes on his tuba. Arthur is then ushered onto the stage to play his piece. Buster tells Arthur to \"Show the piano who's boss!\". Arthur prepares himself, and then notices the audience is waiting to hear him play. Arthur imagines a lot of Grandma Thora's around in his mind, and then starts playing. He's flawless until the end, when he plays a different note. He improvises by playing his own ending rather than the original version. Arthur bows to the audience, and Buster is impressed with Arthur. Arthur thinks he wrecked the end, but Buster and Francine didn't hear any mistakes. Binky noticed the D-flat Arthur played at the end, and tells Arthur that he is somewhat an expert at jazz music.
No offense Artur but I was PUMPED when you started to cry the moment you saw Michaela at the end of the aisle, making he way to you! I love when my clients can just let their emotions fly fast and free and just be in the moment, and feel every. little. thing.!
Michael and Artur, you two are so much fun, so in love and have the wildest bunch of friends. I am so happy for you both, and wish you the best as you start your new life as a married couple together. Congrats! XOXOXO
For their episode of Reimagined At Home, the Detroit-born pianist and Venezulan singer took on Natalie Cole's GRAMMY-winning hit \"Unforgettable\" at Miami's famed Criteria Recording Studios. Montaner's sweet tone matches Hanlon's lighthearted piano, creating a delightful rendition of a classic tune.
There's a lot of fan reaction videos online, and I noticed a lot of younger women like \"Rebel Yell\" because, unlike a lot of other '80s alpha male rock tunes, you're talking about satisfying your lover.
It was a bit of a feminist anthem in a weird way. It was all about how relationships can free you and add a lot to your life. It was a cry of love, nothing to do with the Civil War or anything like that. Perri was a big part of my life, a big part of being Billy Idol. I wanted to write about it. I'm glad that's the effect.
Ballerini sings about leaning into a carefree crush with her heart on her sleeve, pushing aside her reservations and taking a risk on love at first sight. The scene plays out in a bar room and a back seat, as she sweeps nimbly through the verses and into a shimmering chorus, when the narrator decides she's ready to \"wake up in your T-shirt.\"
After his honorable discharge in 2021, Bryan began his music career in earnest, and in 2022 released \"Something in the Orange,\" a haunting ballad that stakes a convincing claim to the territory between Tyler Childers and Jason Isbell in both sonics and songwriting. Slashing slide guitar drives home the song's heartbreak, as Bryan pines for a lover whose tail lights have long since vanished over the horizon.
Whether you love the colonial elegance of Old San Juan, the rich culture, or the gorgeous natural backdrops provided by beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, and awe-inspiring caverns, this U.S. territory has something for every couple. Romance abounds, which is why so many people - local and otherwise - choose to get married here. The wedding venues in Puerto Rico offer everything from intimacy to grandeur, and you can plan a wedding as formal or as relaxed as you like! And that's true when you're searching for vendors (including Puerto Rico DJs). There are as many wedding professionals who specialize in high-end events as there are vendors who can make a more casual ceremony and reception shine.
The song has many drum patterns, beats and piano patterns. The lyrics are sung off-tune, almost drowsily. Included in the song are screeches of cars, dogs barking and an excerpt of heavy metal that make Confusion a unique song compared with other songs.
Andrew is a self-taught Linux nerd who loves to find ways to make technology work better for people. Before GitLab, he was working in retail. He uses his newfound flexibility in remote work to play video games (on Linux!) and ride his bicycle all around Chicago.
Aakriti is an Indian expat living in Berlin, who loves Korean food, slipping in several languages in one sentence and photographing absurd things.She is an open source enthusiast, who has been building and using open source software for several years. Most of her recent work is in Ruby, but she also loves coding in functional programming languages like Elixir.
Alexandru's passion for software development started in high school, where he was introduced toBorland Pascal. That continued with Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and a career inSoftware Development. In spare time he loves to spend time outdoors with his wife and two boys,fishing, playing sports or just taking walks.
Adam is an experienced backend web developer with many years of experience in customer success and technical account management. Prior to joining GitLab, he provided technical advisory service to enterprise customers as they used Drupal and other open source technologies to build their digital experiences, all while maintaining a steady stream of development work by building internal tools to help improve his team's efficiency. All of this combined led to a love of DevOps, which in turn led to GitLab. Outside of work, Adam enjoys woodworking and jazz trombone.
For the last 20+ years, Adam has been doing what he loves: improving user experiences. He has also had the privilege to lead and mentor teams in how to to effectively translate research insights into actionable recommendations and innovations. Adam spends his spare time fishing, cooking, and woodworking.
Amir is originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and currently lives in Auckland, New Zealand. After graduating from Auckland University of Technology (AUT), Amir started his career in accounting & finance. Shortly after that, he realised that he would love to venture into the world of business specifically tech sales. Amir is now an SDR at GitLab covering APAC. During his free time, Amir mostly spent his time playing touch rugby, futsal and listening to music
Raised in Toronto, Canada and now living in Whistler. The last decade of my life has been in the sales world in different capacities. From my point of view it's all about being Client-Centric. Getting a 360-Degree understanding of an organizations needs & challenges and providing solutions to enable efficiency, growth & innovation. When I am not working I am spending time with the loves of my life, my hubby Jon and my daughter Arielle. We love to snowboard, surf, being in nature, and in the company of our family & great friends.
Agnes is a dual qualified attorney in both civil law and common law legal systems with substantial international experience in both private practice and in-house. She grew up in Hungary where she became a bar qualified lawyer before moving to Dublin, Ireland in 2010. She is a practicing solicitor in Ireland, and an SRA admitted solicitor in the United Kingdom, and she also studied law in Italy. Agnes has a passion for languages - she's bilingual English/Hungarian and she's a qualified translator and interpreter in Italian. She has over 15 years of experience negotiating a wide range of commercial contracts, having worked for the last nearly 10 years as in-house counsel in the software and technology sector. Agnes is mother to three young daughters and she loves spending time with her family, staying active together and occasionally carve out some time for crafts and drawing or listening to audibooks. Agnes is a remote-work advocate and she's an avid supporter of empowering women in tech roles. 59ce067264