I love Hank Moody, but I’m not so sure the writers of Californication feel the same way.
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Bernd Brunner explores the history of the Christmas tree in an attempt to discover “What drove people to go off into the forest, chop down a tree, put it in their house, and decorate it in the first place?”
What a material of un-ambiguity and preserveness of valuable experience regarding unexpected emotions.
Bessie Smith “At the Christmas Ball” This blues number was recorded in New York City in 1925, right around the peak of Smith’s career. It’s a remarkable recording, not just for Smith’s performance, but for the way the microphones picked up so much of the room’s ambiance. There’s a really strong sense of place and [...]
Photo by Carlie Armstrong Nearly every year, Yo La Tengo celebrate Hanukkah with special guests at Maxwell’s in Hoboken. Here’s footage from some of this year’s performances, including collaborations with Andrew Bird, the Feelies, and Real Estate…