Love to travel as well when I am able, which is not as often as I'd like (Italy and Greece are my favorite trips to date).
I'm a big music fan, and though I definitely don't indulge as much as a used to, I still enjoy getting out see live music from time to time, whether it be an interesting new indie band, a little Jazz at Chris's or Heritage, or just stopping by a local bar to see a friend's band. I play a bit of guitar myself, and have given quite a few lessons over the years, but these days I'm content to play just to amuse myself (and hopefully not harass my neighbors).
I have passion for food, and enjoy trying a great new byob, getting back to a longtime favorite where the owner comes to sit for a conversation and glass of wine, or just staying home and creating a new dish of my own (they don't all turn out perfect but sometimes I do surprise myself). Life boils down to the simple pleasures, and a good meal, a nice bottle of wine, and a great conversation is a pretty perfect thing.
Also becoming much more active in my 30's than I ever was in my 20's. Better late than never! Thanks Sean T.
Favorite things: Wes Anderson, Coen bros, and Chris Nolan movies, Everything is Illuminated (every time it comes on tv), The Shins, The Walkmen, The Beatles, Louis Armstrong, Nuetral Milk Hotel, and Jimi on Guitar, E. L. Doctorow novels, hanging out the deck at Standard Tap during the summer, dinners at Radicchio, Sabrina's brunches, Omniverse shows at the Franklin Institute, the Impressionists section of the Art Museum and the Barnes (yeah they may have stole it, but but I enjoy living a block away now), Hannibal, Breaking Bad, and Mad Men, Six Feet Under, The Walking Dead, hibernating in my neighborhood in the cold, The Koi pond at the Japanese House in Fairmount Park, sushi, and bourbon.
Also have my geeky tastes as well which I'm honestly happy to either share, or shelter you from.
My crazy, loud, little cousins (see photos)