Sunday’s Outlander episode reminded me of how much I love Samuel Barber’s music. It also completely yanked me out of the story, so that was unfortunate. But back to Samuel Barber. I never met a suspension I didn’t love—let alone open fourths and fifths—so his music always grips, moves, and transports me to that place only the arts can take you. So if you loved Adagio for Strings, listen to this and follow Agee’s text here (which he wrote in ninety minutes).
Knoxville: Summer of 1915 Music by Samuel Barber Text by James Agee Recording: Renée Fleming, Soprano Aspen Festival, Lawrence Foster, conductor, Aug. 21, 1993
Do they really have so many spills at Giant food stores that they need a robot for cart traffic rerouting? ‘Cause I’m not sure I want to shop in a store where I’m likely to wind up in a slip and fall with Marty staring down all googly-eyed at me.
GIANT food stores will begin introducing a new robotic assistant to all of its 172 stores. Source: GIANT food stores to use in-store robots at all locations – WFMZ
The big selling point for me is its proximity to a Marks & Spencer Foodhall (British for feeding trough). The closest thing we have to that here is a Stew Leonard’s in Danbury (which is nevertheless magical but 40 minutes away).
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