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The monologuist talks about his new show, "The Last Cargo Cult."
Yesterday Virgin Galactic revealed their Spaceshiptwo, the world’s first commercial spacecraft, which will start shipping tourists out into the final frontier for $200,000 a pop after testing. Make your spaceflight reservation here now, and peep some additional images and an animation by Virgin Galactic showing what flying onboard the SS2 will be like after the jump. Related posts:
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Arthur Magazine: posted over 4 years ago
Prior to a performance of the number "Zombie," Bill T. Jones gamely discussed Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, the show's subject, and took facetious questions from the host Stephen Colbert.
Search for "Do They Know It's Christmas?" on iTunes and you'll see an endless array of interpretations of the 1984 Band Aid classic. And beginning today (with a 7'' to follow in February), you'll find perhaps the most exciting rendition of all time. The brainchild of post-hardcore innovators Fucked Up, the new version also features the vocal stylings of a shockingly stellar selection of musicians, including Yo La Tengo, GZA, Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig, Bob Mould, Tegan & Sara, Andrew W.K., Kyp Malone of TV on the Radio, David Cross and Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew. And in the grand "Do They Know It's Christmas?" tradition, the band is looking out for the ladies: Fucked Up will...
Sade, who has not been heard from in nearly a decade, resurfaced Tuesday with a new single, "Soldier of Love," on Epic Records.
(Boing Boing guestblogger Ned Sublette is a writer, historian, photographer, and singer-songwriter who lives in New York City and travels often to New Orleans. Embedded audio in this post: Ned reads the introduction to his latest book, The Year Before The Flood, live at Joe's Pub in New York City. After the jump, the full text of that intro, republished in entirety here on Boing Boing.) I'm Ned Sublette. I'll be guest-blogging for the next two weeks, serving up a few excerpts and ideas from my new book The Year Before The Flood (Lawrence Hill Books). (Which is not to be confused with a similarly-named book by Margaret Atwood, unfortunately published about the same time as mine - jeez...
Boing Boing: posted over 4 years ago
What to watch on Tuesday, Dec. 8.
Is it just us or has fashion been doing a bit of a time warp lately? If the recent look books for Rodarte’s collaboration with Target and the Olsen Twins’ line, Elizabeth & James are any indication, fashion is shunning modernity in favor of some 90’s nostalgia. And trust us when we say the 90's have never looked so good. Related posts: