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Stuff You Must Experience

One thing I love more than just about anything in the world is to share things I enjoy with others. So, in the spirit of creative expression, I've created this page of recommendations. Enjoy!

Arrive All Over YouThis 1994 CD by former child star Danielle Brisboise ("Annie" "Archie Bunker's Place") is a very cool precurser to the wave of female rockers to take over the airwaves in the mid-to-late 1990s. A great CD!
Buy Me Bring Me Take Me Don't Mess My HairThe Four Bitchin' Babes rock the Casbah with this poignant and wickedly fun tribute to female harmony. Includes the cult hit, "Bald-Headed Men," as well as the best arrangements of "Sealed With a Kiss" and "From A Distance" I've ever heard.
Company: A Musical Comedy [Original Soundtrack]A classic example of Broadway at its finest. Features Dean Stockwell, Elaine Stritch, Charles Kimbrough, and Beth Howland.
If You Want to WriteBy Brenda Ueland, quite possibly the best book I've ever read on the subject of writing, creativity, and life in general. If you are a creative person, or just like reading about them, READ THIS BOOK!
Work As a Spiritual PracticeBy Lewis Richmond, another great book on life. Richmond applies Buddhist thought to the related subjects of work, success, and job satisfaction. Thought-provoking and fun.
PostIf you haven't heard of Bjork yet, I won't hold it against you. I mean, she is Iceland's number one pop export and former front-chick for the Sugar Cubes, but she still isn't a household name. "Post" is like Bjork herself-jarring, innovative, and fun.
I, the Worst of AllLike foreign films? This Spanish film is based on the true story of Sor Juana InÚs de la Cruz, one of Spanish literature's greatest poets of all time, and perhaps the first feminist of the Western Hemisphere, circa 1685. Gripping.
When Father Was Away on BusinessAnother foreign film, this 1985 Yugoslavian film was nominated for the Best Foreign Film Oscar and features a very young Mira Furlan. Set in Tito-era Yugoslavia, it shows the confusing and often violent world through the eyes of a six-year-old boy whose father has been sent away to a prison camp.
Waiting for GuffmanOh, my goodness. One of the funniest movies I've ever seen. This film does for small-town theater what "This is Spinal Tap" did for heavy metal. If you've ever stood on a stage, or lived in a small town, or had a dream of the big time--take a look at Guffman. It rocks.