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The Edge Is Without A Doubt The Smartest Building In The World

From the dawn of time, no matter if they were constructed out of primitive materials, buildings have always been a means to provide a comfortable space for those who dwell inside. 781 more words

Kenny Slaught

15 Year U2 Slane Castle Anniversary

So, every year when I talk about this anniversary I’ve said:  I haven’t been back to Ireland since August 2001.

Can’t write that anymore since I returned for two of U2’s shows in Dublin in November 2015!!! 22 more words

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Contemplating quietly on the edge we may not now tip over nor anything. Actually the breeze we are waiting for will come only by the fall of our night when noisy crickets will wake up to make their weird noises under the inky bush. 120 more words

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It Begins

(Picture above was from 2003 when I was in LA pursuing dance).

T minus 33 hours until my first dance class of this adventure.  I must admit this is an incredibly humbling experience.   531 more words

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How 'Boy' Transformed U2 Into Legends

Between September of 1979 and May of 1980, U2 released seven tracks, on three different 45s. These songs seemed like flawed, minor pleasures, and the overall effect of these discs was far from extraordinary. 2,147 more words

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Review: The Spitfires - A Thousand Times

This article was originally published to The Edge on  14th August 2016

Here’s how I imagine The Spitfires’ elevator pitch for A Thousand Times going down: “Imagine you’re standing in a lift listening to the tame, boisterous, and uninventive pop sounds of elevator music, timidly conducted through the air. 762 more words

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