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The Passenger

Across the sands of time there is little comfort for the identity of loneliness…

I’ve been willing to write about Michelangelo Antonioni’s Masterpiece. It’s just that when you sit down to describe and reflect upon such a monumental artwork, you need time and patience to be able to focus on the most important conclusions. 437 more words

Cinema

We're Not Addicted To Oil But Our Cars Are.

Way way back I had a provisional driving licence but I never got around to actually learning to drive. I delivered milk on a Sunday & surprisingly you were deemed capable of pointing a large electric vehicle in the right direction, on a real road, with no previous experience. 1,042 more words

Life

The Passenger - Jack Ketchum

Passenger was a fast and furious story that followed my copy of Jack Ketchum’s Red. And what a hell of a story it was for the first three-quarters of it. 280 more words

Horror Review

*New Music Monday* My Mash-Up of Soft Cell's "Tainted Love" and Iggy Pop's "The Passenger"

It’s #NewMusicMonday and this is the first mash-up of the New Year – Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love” meets Iggy Pop’s “The Passenger”:

https://derekflynn.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/1-passenger-tainted-love.mp3

The Passenger/Tainted Love… 299 more words

Music

The Passenger in Exhile Pop-up!

On Tuesday, the Passenger sent out a mysterious tweet that just said “Mark Sunday, February 8th on you calendar. Deets to come! #wemissyou” which left people wondering what exactly is coming up. 33 more words

Eating

Stars and Bars: The Return of The Passenger?, 2/8/15

Update: Fritz Hahn, bar sage of the Washington Post, reports on Jan. 15 that the Passenger is holding a pop-up in its former neighbor Bar 7 (1015 Seventh St. 262 more words

Stars And Bars

Stars and Bars: Imbibe Names Derek Brown 'Bartender of the Year'

DC cocktail mogul Derek Brown was named 2015 Bartender of the Year by Imbibe magazine Tuesday.

Derek currently is best known as the common partner in a string of bars by the Shaw metro station along 7th Street NW in Shaw: Mockingbird Hill (1843 7th St. 184 more words

Stars And Bars