Archive for September, 2009

Angel Taylor – Lost in the Fog

By at 22 September, 2009, 6:47 am

Music is as subjective as ice cream, we all have a flavor that resonates with us, whether it’s deep rich chocolate blues or a nutty flavored Amaretto. I was assigned the task to review Ms. Taylor’s new album and at first I was hesitant — not wanting to say the “wrong” thing, but as I […]


The Friend Zone

By at 18 September, 2009, 12:00 am

Whether you’re a single person or in a relationship, being friendly or cordial with someone who likes you shouldn’t be a task. However, it can actually be hard to deal with someone on a friendship basis, when they have feelings that go beyond a platonic friendship. It strikes me as funny how people can be […]


What Comes After Bronze? – Part Uno: Finding Love in the Big City XXVI

By at 15 September, 2009, 4:35 am

The starter pistol explodes… And she’s off ladies and gentleman – that girl is burning that midnight oil: getting to know him, liking him and is ready to give that subtle yet gentle reminder that my pants are already down and I’m waiting for you to notice. . . (circa episode XII) look. Here’s the […]


Three Years and A Day…

By at 12 September, 2009, 8:48 am

Three years and one day ago Urban Observation was founded. And so today we celebrate, one day late. Pardon me as I’m on CP Time (explanation below). With a search for Love from The Orange Phoenix, insights and reflections of life from the mind of Dan-Sean Mankind — whom both contribute great poetry — we […]