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Review: 'Killing Yourself to Live" by Chuck Klosterman

Death is an interesting reason to take a road trip. Rockstar deaths, to be precise.

And that’s what Chuck Klosterman did with “Killing Yourself to Live.” He took a roadtrip across the United States visiting places where rockstars had died. 687 more words

Book Challenge

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Screw Television, I Crave TV on the Radio

The morning after my wedding, I immediately purchased three recently released albums for the long, honeymoon road trip down to New Orleans: Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly… 338 more words

True Love: Music


I think it’s kind of funny that you guys gave me a lot more likes on my latest book review than my entry about meeting a bonafide celebrity. 422 more words

Return from Travel Musical Sunday Interlude -- Heather Maloney performing "Woodstock"

Anointed one of the five music artists to watch for April 2015 by SPIN magazine, Heather Maloney is a singer-songwriter with an expressive, disciplined, and strong musical voice.  175 more words


Now: The Century of Imagination, by Jon Rappoport, March 9, 2015


The superhighway of history tells a story of the unshackling of imagination.

By the second half the 20th century, it became clear to many people that imagination had become unhooked from ideologies, metaphysical clap-trap, the pretensions of psychology, and the juvenile materialistic philosophy coming out of science. 620 more words


Power beyond mind control, by Jon Rappoport, January 15, 2015


“All thought is not the same. There is random static. There is repetitious and circular rumination. There is thought devoted to solving a problem or analyzing a situation. 697 more words