01 September 2005

Order Millo tix from the island: Check

On an island one square kilometer in size, there's powder white sand, DSL, and five-bar cellphone coverage. Sieglinde checks in with Carnegie Hall, sees no new details about the "rock" concert, but goes ahead and purchases tickets online anyway. Mysteriously, she's assigned front row seats. Elsewhere, she finds the following: "Accompanied by pianist Ken Noda, Millo will perform music by Puccini, Verdi, Donizetti, Bellini, Handel, Brahms, Donaudy, and Mahler, as well as Neapolitan songs" and that "Millo, Delsener said, is the 'greatest living soprano in the world right now.'" Sieglinde walks away from the internet dazed, looks for her next daquiri. (Meanwhile, the Diaries goes back to regular programming. See you in a couple of weeks.)