I live in an apartment, what kind of hobby can i do?

Question by jn_cutting: I live in an apartment, what kind of hobby can i do?
I have found that i really need a shop to build anything, but I live in an apartment. What can I build or what kind of hobby can i do in an apartment.

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Answer by frosty_baby_girl
Art paint the walls or do sonething crazy??

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The Blues Project – Two Trains Running – Live 1981

THE BLUES PROJECT -LIVE INTERNATIONAL CASINO,NYC MARCH 17,1981 One of the first album-oriented, “underground” groups in the United States, the Blues Project offered an electric brew of rock, blues, folk, pop, and even some jazz, classical, and psychedelia during their brief heyday in the mid-’60s. It’s not quite accurate to categorize them as a blues-rock group, although they did plenty of that kind of material; they were more like a Jewish-American equivalent to British bands like the Yardbirds, who used a blues and R&B base to explore any music that interested them. Erratic songwriting talent and a lack of a truly outstanding vocalist prevented them from rising to the front line of ’60s bands, but they recorded plenty of interesting material over the course of their first three albums, before the departure of their most creative members took its toll. The Blues Project was formed in Greenwich Village in the mid-’60s by guitarist Danny Kalb (who had played sessions for various Elektra folk and folk-rock albums), Steve Katz (a guitarist with Elektra’s Even Dozen Jug Band), flutist/bassist Andy Kulberg, drummer Roy Blumenfeld, and singer Tommy Flanders. Al Kooper, in his early twenties a seasoned vet of rock sessions, joined after sitting in on the band’s Columbia Records audition, although they ended up signing to Verve, an MGM subsidiary. Early member Artie Traum (guitar) dropped out during early rehearsals; Flanders would leave after their first LP, Live at the Cafe Au
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Firth of Fifth, Steve Hackett Live at Exeter, 2009

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