Whereas today’s piano has “an unlimited palette of devices of expression, in Mozart’s time, it was much more modest,” Kholodenko said. “If you’re talking about the palette of colors, in Mozart’s case, you’d draw with a pencil.”
The lower grinding temperature involved in stone milling helps to preserve more nutrients and keep the wheat germ intact. The cafe’s breads are made from five ingredients — freshly stone-ground milled wheat, yeast, honey, salt and water.
Mark Twain wrote his comedy play “Is He Dead?” more than a century before it was published in 2003.
What makes the Christmas Jar phenomenon special is that “this isn’t an annual donation. It’s accumulated goodness all year long,” Wright said.
Make sure your costume includes comfortable footwear for dancing, because IX's event will end with a flash mob that’ll let you show off your killer Thriller and Monster Mash dance moves.