As we all grow older there is probably a significant percentage of the population who hasn’t a clue who Annie Lennox is. But when I was an undergrad student, she was the coolest thing since ice cubes. With Dave Stewart, her two-person band the Eurythmics helped to redefine what pop music meant and what it… Read More Annie Lennox – From the doghouse to center stage
Really fantastic footage. You feel like you’re right there! The young woman above is the rider capturing this.
As a kid I had a Rhythm Maker Drum Set from Consumer’s Distributing. Basically a $50 kit somewhere between toy and real drums, I had countless hours of fun banging away to the likes of David Bowie and other classic rockers. For those whose background doesn’t include classic rock, this video may seem like just… Read More Sina – The Internet’s Cool Little Sister
Over the years I’ve had the honor to review Indy films from several different production companies. Kemal Yildirim was one of the first producers to approach me. I remember wondering if I was up to the task of reviewing. My first love is music and although I do watch a fair amount of stuff, I… Read More Saudade – A Kemal Yildirim Film
Earth at night video – https://t.co/BHmyFRM96j #mankind #Earth #space — earthpages.org (@earthpages) December 20, 2016 OPINION Part of me is tempted to go into the usual New Age preachy theme about how we’re all one and if we just came to realize this, there would be no war, no senseless killings, no crazed truck drivers,… Read More Today’s Top Tweet – Earth at night
Is This Where God Lives in the Brain? An Epilepsy Case Study https://t.co/jb13qgsj4u — earthpages.org (@earthpages) July 28, 2016 I’ve panned Dr. Andrew Newberg in the past for making seemingly simplistic claims. But it’s very possible I was wrong to do so. Either that, or his thinking and scientific humility has developed dramatically. This video reveals… Read More Excellent video about Neurotheology