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Writing Prompt #107 "Passenger"

Many of you are familiar with the concept of having an angel on one shoulder and a devil on the other both whispering in your ear, both vying for your immortal soul. 58 more words

Mindlovemisery's Menagerie

Curiouser and Curiouser

I was watching Parts Unknown the other night–Bourdain being one of my favourite–if rather salty–commentators on popular culture, and, yeah, food. Imagine my surprise to find him having a very civilized meal, with what appeared to be one very restrained glass of white wine–like ladies who lunch–with Iggy Pop, whom I last saw crowd-surfing half-naked on Randall’s Island about 10 years ago at Little Steven’s Garage Rock festival. 149 more words

Anthony Bourdain

Lester Bangs on Funhouse

Like most authentic originals, the Stooges have endured more than their share of abuse, derision, critical condescension and even outright hostility. Their stage act is good copy but easy grist for instant wag putdowns. 6,247 more words

Music

Sound & Motion Pictures: famous running scenes

This week edition of my Sound & Motion Pictures series is about running. As an amateur runner, I love to have a great soundtrack to my daily runs and the following are my all-time favorite scenes. 134 more words

Odds And Ends

The Clubs and Hangouts Where Musicians Got Their Start

Sex Pistols bass player Sid Vicious (aka John Simon Ritchie) — who was given his famous moniker by bandmate John Lydon after Lydon’s pet hamster Sid bit Ritchie’s finger — would have been 58 today. 1,467 more words

Buzz