Tagged: amsterdam

Queens Day HAs Not Left Yet

Queens Day HAs Not Left Yet

I promise this is the last post about celebrations here in Amsterdam. But considering the scale and unavoidable appeal, here’s my official post about Queen’s Day ’07. (cross posted from my sister blog, Trippist.com) —- One thing you may not...

Drag Queens Day

Drag Queens Day

Normally I try to provide yee good readers with the occasional story/first hand account of what is happenning in this city of Amsterdam which I so love. But today, on the eve of the biggest national mess of the year,...

Amsterdam Pauses

Amsterdam Pauses

As I’ve probably too often joked, global warming=amsterdam as a tropical paradise before it gets swallowed up by the sea. Well.. here we are.. April and looking around today.. tropical paradise is upon us.

Dishwasher Wisdom

Dishwasher Wisdom

Dishwasher Pete is a friend of mine. Like me, he’s an American who moved to Amsterdam. Like me, he’s also a European of another country living here in Amsterdam. And that is only the beginning of what he and I...

Humans Arise from Amsterdam Caves

Humans Arise from Amsterdam Caves

Although my mind is on my journey to New Orleans, which is just one week away, it is impossible to ignore Amsterdam these days. Yes, the city I call my wife is in bloom. I guess we skipped winter this...

bm183 Amsterdam Creative Spaces, The Story of OT301

bm183 Amsterdam Creative Spaces, The Story of OT301

MP3 Audio [19 MB]DownloadShow URL The city of Amsterdam is famous for many things, among them, the great movement of creative people who occupied abandoned buildings over the past 30 years. Yet slowly the movement is changing, as are the...