Links

If you are looking for something amazing to read, buy Prophets, Performance & Power: Performance Criticism of the Hebrew Bible and Twice Used Songs: Performance Criticism of the Songs of Ancient Israel. Both books were written by my dad, Dr. William Doan and his friend Dr. Terry Giles.

Orange Fuzz Boutique

The coolest Etsy shop just happens to be run by my two best friends.  Go buy their stuff!

Happy Happy Days and Tadashi Koizumi

One of my favorite people and artists in the whole world, Tadashi Koizumi, also runs an Etsy shopGo check out his shop, Happy Happy Days and his website!

Geoff Riggle

An incredible artist, friend and master of all that is mathematical…check out his amazing work.

Jessica Pardue

A wonderful friend and painter – check out her fascinating work.

Matthew Litteken

A dear friend, mentor and exceptional painter.  He is by far one of the most talented, dedicated and amazing artists I know.

Josh Foy

Not only an insanely talented artist, but an artist with a social and political awareness as well.

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3 thoughts on “Links

  1. Rachel Faraci-Dorsten on said:

    Hey lady! Love that you’re doing this! The chocolate banana bread looks kill. I am so going to be making it. The photography is great too. You have a good eye. Actually they’re both pretty good. Love you ;o)

  2. I’m liking the ricotta pancakes. I’ll try them out next weekend. Best of luck the rest of the way at FCI. What are your plans after graduation?

  3. Susan on said:

    Congrats and cheers Sam! Sara forwarded. Fun to follow your foodie journey.
    Susan

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