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SoundGirls: Behind the Sound Cart

January 20, 2022

SoundGirls: Notability in Wikipedia

November 3, 2021

News Article: West Craven Girls Tennis Back on the Court First Time in Five Years

September 11, 2021
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https://www.newbernsj.com/story/sports/2021/09/10/west-craven-girls-tennis-back-court-first-time-five-years/8263312002/

New job! West Craven High School Tennis Coach! I am so proud of these girls and all they have accomplished. My job is just to show them a sport they can take with them in their future.

SoundGirls: Review of A Short History of Electronic Music…

July 12, 2021

https://soundgirls.org/review-of-a-short-history-of-electronic-music-and-its-women-protagonist/

Only just recently published in English, A Short History of Electronic Music and Its Women Protagonists is a wonderful exploration of variety found in experimental and electronic music.

SoundGirls: On Post Partum Depression

May 17, 2021

https://soundgirls.org/keeping-afloat-with-postpartum-depression/

You are not alone. CW: Mentions of depression symptoms and suicide.

If you are in crisis please contact the National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255

Soundgirls: Into the bizarre world of Circuit Bending

March 22, 2021

In which I interview Chris Bullock about her diy synths and a furby.

Circuit Bending: Learn Something Useful by Failing

Sound Girls: Review of Recording Unhinged

January 25, 2021

2021 Recording Unhinged Review

Frankenbass/Basstogne

November 18, 2020

In which I upgrade the pickups of an unusual bass. https://soundgirls.org/frankenbass/

Soundgirls: What is a Crossover?

September 23, 2020

Why are crossovers used? Where are they used? What makes up a crossover? On Soundgirls.org https://soundgirls.org/what-is-a-crossover/

Day Lily Basket

September 4, 2020

With Day Lily stems & leaves I made a little basket. Everything was dried then soaked beforehand. The stems make up the ribs (skeleton or structure of the basket), and the tops are then woven around each other for the rim to finish. The leaves are the weavers (woven through the ribs) using the twining method (two leaves at once twisting between each rib).

Rough around the edges as I was figuring the techniques out, and left the tops uncut.

Basketry doesn’t have to be expensive. You can make something with the materials from your garden. Start small then work your way up to bigger baskets, this one was perfect for harvesting cherry tomatoes.