The final scene of the greatest tv show of all time is of Lindsay Weir donning her army jacket and piling into a VW van with her best friend, Kim Kelly to go follow the Dead for the summer in complete defiance of her family’s assumption that she’d hopped on a bus to go to an academic excellence camp. 568 more words
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Just in time for The Grateful Dead’s farewell shows in Chicago this July and Santa Clara, CA on June 27 and 28, we visited The… 200 more words
“You need music, I don’t know why. It’s probably one of those Joseph Campbell questions, why we need ritual. We need magic and bliss, and power and myth, and celebration and religion in our lives and music is a good way to encapsulate a lot of it.” 629 more words
by Sadie Beaton. A version of this post originally appeared at Rustik Magazine.
Growing up in the fishing community of Canso, Nova Scotia, my school bus driver’s favourite expletive was “Holy Jumping Mackerel Fish!” I would love to believe it was meant as a tribute to my favourite fish. 621 more words