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PHOTOS: Holy Filth, A Traitor's Pact, Capture the Sun, Ruin, and Stone Tools

Last night, we made so many trips between Geno’s and Empire, the sidewalks are probably rutted like the Appian Way.

Between two simultaneous events, we managed to catch… 129 more words

Shows

Snow falling on Burnley

Especially on the Towneley Hall museum, where I went yesterday to look at finds from the Early Bronze Age ring cairn at Moseley Height, near Cliviger. 543 more words

Archaeology

Competing shows offer Capture the Sun, Holy Filth, Ruin, Stone Tools and more tonight

Seven bands. Two venues. One evening.

That’s the cruel calculus tonight when competing shows round out an unusually heavy week in Portland.

At Geno’s, a reconfigured… 865 more words

Shows

Getting to the point: Current debates on experimental research into Stone Age armatures

Three recent publications in the Journal of Archaeological Science provide a background to the current state of debate surrounding experimental research on Stone Age armatures (Rots & Plisson 2013; Lazuén 2014; Wilkins… 1,351 more words

Experiments

Quite Early One Morning

Wednesday morning, to be precise. I set off on a trip into the uncharted territory otherwise known as the East Riding, to collect some flint samples. 431 more words

Archaeology

Readers' poll, plus news roundup

It’s that time of year: a time to give, receive, and suffocate beneath a pile of “best of” lists from every publication on God’s gray earth. 629 more words

Geno's Rock Club

An Ancient Quarry on a Mountain Desert (Mauna Kea, Hawaii or the Big Island)

Imagine ascending a dormant monster, a volcano whose summit reaches beyond the clouds. You are on foot, weighed down by life sustaining necessities such as fuel, water, and food. 514 more words

Travel