Sudoku Vol. 3, presented by Will Shortz. Okay, not exactly nonfiction, but I'm newly hooked on this stuff, and it makes great travel material. A couple of drunk guys in the subway in Berlin, making no headway with hitting on me in German, started calling me "Frau Sudoku."
Kay wrote:If you had the chance to pick anyone's brain (let's say for 10 questions), who would it be?
Also, if you could cover a hip-hop song, which one would you choose?
sod2002 wrote:you seem to be doing a lot of NY shows now (very thankfully)...how do you like playing in NY and do you have a favorite spot to perform?
cmooreNC wrote:My question is about the show in Philadelphia on January 21st for the DVD recording. Since my wife and I have decided to make the trip up, we were wondering who all you're expecting to have with you for the performance? Or if you would rather not say because you want to keep it as a surprise...
Laura wrote:other than the scrapbook section of this website, do you document your experiences for your own satisfaction, like in a physical scrapbook or journal? I'm a scrapbooking fanatic, and I've always dreamed of getting the chance to travel Europe and return with a book bursting at the seams with little pieces of my journeys.
spyfferoni wrote:You have been traveling quite a bit. Is there anywhere that you have fallen in love with and would possibly consider living besides San Francisco?
What is the funniest/strangest interpretation of you have heard of one of your songs?
darthscsi wrote:What happens to the songs we never hear? Or perhaps, how many songs or partial songs do you go through to get each song we ever hear about?
Oh, and any chance of producing a small album of the home studio recordings of the passed over songs we have heard at concerts?
Luminosity wrote:when you record a song in the studio, are the singing and keyboard parts recorded separately? Or does that depend?
Luminosity wrote:Any advice on improving piano technique? My sight-reading is atrocious, but I've played-by-ear since my early teens and it's all come a fair way since then. Actually, I've found that transcribing (is that the right word?) your songs is helping me avoid that rut of always regressing to the same chord progressions.
Any chance of you coming back across the border sometime? (Maybe headlining at the University of British Columbia, or is that being too hopeful?)
Clarinet wrote:What helps you remember your fan's name and face when you meet so many of them in your travels in so many different concerts?
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