Jacob Wake Up!
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Me in my apartment right now. 

Me in my apartment right now. 

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I was at a party in like 2008 and a DJ spun this. I’ve been trying to find it since. Not sure why it took me so long to find it on youtube…

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thomdunn:

Last night was the official opening of Becoming Cuba at the Huntington, which is not only a fantastic show, but also just so happens to be directed by incredibly talented fiancé M. Bevin O’Gara (also I totally made her a website isn’t that neat?).



If you’re in Boston in the…

big ups indeed! I’ll vouch for this one folks. Worth it.

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nevver:

The Design Deck

I’ll take two please.

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Didn’t make it to the ska show so I’m playing along with doo wop tunes all night.

#1645

(Source: Spotify)

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This is actually how I remember how to spell “Massachusetts.”

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Is this like when my fiancé calls customer support and they start talking to her in Spanish? Should I be upset?

Is this like when my fiancé calls customer support and they start talking to her in Spanish? Should I be upset?

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New Planet Smashers out today and streaming on spotify!

(Source: Spotify)

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Taking #shmita at the 3rd Annual #Boston #Jewish #Food #Conference at Temple Israel. #bjfc14

Taking #shmita at the 3rd Annual #Boston #Jewish #Food #Conference at Temple Israel. #bjfc14

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thomdunn:

huntingtontheatrecompany:

Becoming Cuba takes place during the Spanish-American war, but Melinda Lopez’s new play is surprisingly relevant to recent events in Egypt, Ukraine, and beyond. Learn more in this exclusive interview with playwright Melinda Lopez, director M. Bevin O’Gara, and cast members Christopher Tarjan, Juan Javier Cardenas, Christina Pumariega, and Rebecca Soler. 

The Huntington Theatre Company production of Becoming Cuba plays March 28 — May 3, 2014 at the South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA. Learn more at huntingtontheatre.org/becomingcuba.

HEY! I made this video for a new play that my fiance is directing, so you should all check it out ‘cause it’s awesome.

Video preview by one of my best friends (and groomsman).

Directed by his fiancé.

Starring a former bandmate and good friend.

I’ll be there opening night. Life is good. Thrilled for my friends’ successes.