Monthly Archives: February 2012

Feature on the band, Icon For Hire

New Tooth & Nail band, Icon For Hire, has recently stolen my heart with their head-banging worthy rock riffs and bold, honest lyrics. Seriously, I think I’m hooked! For one thing, I’m always in support of female fronted rock acts … Continue reading

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Copy Cat Starbucks White Chocolate Mocha

How about a coffee break here at Someone’s In The Kitchen? I think I’ve ranted before about my complete & utter frustration with the fact that I live in a small town that deprives me of a Starbucks. The closest … Continue reading

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Album review for “As The Crow Flies” by Amos Lee

Folk artist Amos Lee’s latest release, “As The Crow Flies,” is a collection of B-sides that didn’t make the cut for his album “Mission Bell.” Members of the band Calexico, Joey Burns and John Convertino, lent a helping hand in … Continue reading

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Album review for “Winter” by Jack and White

In 2011, Jack Matranga and Brooke White met to record material for Brook’s new solo record. Instead, they partnered up and released their first EP titled, “Gemini.” Now, almost six months later, Jack and White have dropped their second EP, … Continue reading

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Feature on “The World Needs More Love Letters” Organization

“Through, requesting, sending, leaving, and writing the love letters, this site won’t ever stop asking these questions to its visitors: Could you script a letter of love to someone you will never meet? Is there someone in your own life … Continue reading

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Tiramisu French Toast

Ah, yes, the signs are everywhere you look; red paper hearts galore, cheap boxes of candy, and cheesy cards let us know that the day of love is just around the corner. And whatever your opinion is of this holiday, … Continue reading

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