Friday, June 23, 2017

WIRTW #466 (the “solo” edition)


I gotta give my girl credit. She’s got cohones (especially at the age of 11). Through a casual exam-chair conversation with her orthodontist, he learned that she plays music and she learned that he’s involved with an annual summer solstice music festival. From that, she booked herself her first ever solo gig. She spent the next day working up and running through six songs, and played to a mid-afternoon crowd outside our favorite French restaurant. And, like always, she was aces. Here a few highlights strung together medley-style.


And, if you’re local and crave the full band experience, the Major Minors play a full set from 1-3 tomorrow, during the Coventry Village Sidewalk Sale & Carnival Games Party (one of Cleveland.com’s “Top things to do in Cleveland this weekend.” They will rock the courtyard outside of the Grog Shop, 2785 Euclid Heights Blvd., Cleveland Heights (coincidentally, a mere block from my law school apartment).



New blog alert: My friend, Marc Alifanz, recently started his own employment law and HR advisory business, Four Peaks Advisors, which, in turn, just launched its own blog—managermaude.com—which offers employment law lessons in creative cartoon form. In the first installment, Madame Cloque, a wage-and-hour superhero, offers a lesson on the dangers of unpaid off-the-clock work. Please check out Marc’s blog. It’s definitely worth adding your blogs-to-follow list.


Here’s what I read this week:

Discrimination

Technology

HR & Employee Relations

Wage & Hour

Labor

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