For music I could go on and on and on and on...
, Catherine Ribeiro et
, Alela Diane
, Antony (and the Johnsons)
, Don Cherry
, Sarah McLachlan, Bruce Springsteen
Jackson Browne, Mumford & Sons
, Creedence Clearwater
, Jeff Buckley
McKennitt, Mikis Theodorakis
, Greg Brown
Bocelli, Verdi, Joan Baez
, James Blunt, Fairport Convention
quite a few French speaking ones, African groups...
I love Gaudi
too (I find a lot of similarities between
Gaudi's work and Ra Paulette's.)
I go through periods where I read and periods where I don't read at
all... in fact, I don't read very much... I wish I would.
Books/authors I have liked are "Cannery Row" in particular and any
The Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean Auel, The Da Vinci Code, The Snow
Falcon by Stuart Harrison, Henry de Monfreid, Rudyard Kipling,
" by Henning Mankell.
: I started "King
" by Virginie Despentes and "La
sombra del Viento
" by Carlos Zafon... so far I both like
them very much.
The Coen Brothers, François Truffaut, Milos Forman, Cédric
Klapisch, Jim Jarmusch, The Marx Brothers, Charlie Chaplin, Agnés
Varda, Quentin Tarantino, Federico Fellini, Jean-Pierre Jeunet
, Jean-Jacques Beneix,
Laurel and Hardy...
Hmm... Shows? TV shows? I don't have a TV... when I noticed that TV
was so addictive and that I was watching anything, I decided to
dump it and bought a radio. When I was in the States, I used to
listen to NPR and an alternative radio which was programming, among
other things, some French music from time to time in Chicago. Now
in France, I mostly listen to France Inter, France Musique and
Bread, wine, tomatoes, garlic, cheese, peaches, balsamic vinegar,
eggplants, peppers, zucchinis, lentils, leeks, rutabagas, cabbage,
beans (white, black, red, green), coffee, chocolate, wine, duck,
goose, rabbit, sea fish, Thanksgiving... Mexican, Chinese, Italian,
French, English (boiled eggs, boiled potatoes, boiled tomatoes,
boiled water, boiled bread, boiled meat... Oh my God! Boiled too?),