.What Is Life Between Lives? Always Here, Taking Journey After Journey Unhindered by time?
In the Odyssey, “Sailing over the wine-dark sea” was how Homer described the Aegean Sea nearly 3,000 years ago. Today, he’d feel his pulse quicken, roused by the allure of those waters. An archipelago stretches from the Greek mainland south into the Mediterranean Sea.Continue reading → Aegean: Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea
Worst Movie Ever Made…? Every time Gone With The Wind fills the screen with its dishonest portrait of the Old South as it was before the Civil War, I cringe.Continue reading → Worst Movie Ever Made: Gone With the Wind
Going to Prague, we imagined the connecting point at the center of the Czech capital. The 700 year old Charles Bridge crosses the Moldau between the Old City and Prague Castle or. Best of the city, from Kafka to concerts, in every direction.Continue reading → Going To Prague
Those of us who’ve become fascinated by the wonderfully unpredictable but ultimately generous, friendly things some cats do can still be surprised by exquisite acts of neighborly kindness.Continue reading → A Cat That Brings Flowers…?
In Twilight, Reykjavik, Iceland, by street photographer Deborah Julian, the light makes it so different near the top of the world…
Twilight, Reykjavik, Fine Art Street Photography
The long, sub-arctic twilight extends the urban colors and geography at a zebra crossing in Reykjavik, Iceland. 8 1/2 X 11 Giclee Print, signed by the artist. Free shipping, U.S. only, taxes included.
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Some more interesting thoughts on hip-hop, its origins, impact and the misunderstanding that diminish the experience.
A Piano Kills Fascists
Continue reading → Colin Huggins: Piano kills fascists
Twenty-five years ago, Wu Tang Clan changed hip-hop by injecting class and humanity into a raw and turbulent musical/poetic scene. Now as Showtime launches Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics And Men, a 4-part limited docuseries from filmmaker Sacha Jenkins, YRB editor Jonn Nubian asks the surviving members to reflect of those paradigm shifting days.Continue reading → Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men Interview with YRB’s Jonn Nubian
In the spirit of Memorial Day, thoughts of World Peace helping us to stop adding more to the rolls…