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I bought 3 Paul Buff White Lightning Ultra strobes sometime in the 80’s.  I always liked the company and Paul Buff designed them to last forever.   169 more words

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From The New Yorker: "The Conductor Intensifying Mahler Through Restraint"


Rea Irvin

The New Yorker

May 28, 2018
Alex Ross

On June 20th, Simon Rattle will end a sixteen-year tenure as the principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic—a post of quasi-papal authority in the classical-music world. 966 more words

From The Rest is Noise: Notable Notes

From The Rest is Noise

May 11, 2018
Finley’s Amfortas

The incandescent Canadian recently outdid himself in a Parsifal with Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic. 782 more words

News: Alex Ross The Death of Wolverine Fine Art Lithograph

News: Alex Ross The Death of Wolverine Fine Art Lithograph

Limited to 250 pieces worldwide, The Death of Wolverine Fine Art Lithograph will be hand-signed by Alex Ross and will launch for Pre-Order framed first on Friday, May 11th, 2018 between Noon – 3PM (Pacific Time).   23 more words

Sideshow

A wedding, glass, and unknown history

We went to Virginia Beach last weekend to celebrate my brother’s wedding and catch up with the Tiller clan.  The wedding was outside in a yard beside the intercoastal waterway, and it was a bit on the chilly side, but sunny.   522 more words

If Superheroes Were Real, Would the World Be a Better Place? (Round 2)

Continuing a conversation that began in the final days of the Battle Beyond Planet X, Harry and Donovan look at three treasury edition prestige format DC comic books from writer Paul Dini and painter Alex Ross – … 146 more words

Episodes

Take me down to Astro City

I’ve often described my new novel CRITERION as a ‘Grimdark superhero’ story. I did not set out to chase a certain tone or style, it merely followed from the concept – ‘When a super hero is murdered, what happens to his sidekicks?” 291 more words