Hey Gang, what a week! I’m sorry I haven’t been posting much, I’ve had my hands very full lately.
On a recent trip up to Massachusetts, I was talking with my parents about all the wonderful and energetic people we knew who had passed on and how they would be remembered. Then I realized my very question was probably why ballads were written and stories of old were told about certain individuals: so their personalities and deeds would not be lost to death.
I support International Womens Day! It’s inspiring to see everyone coming together today to support women and women’s rights. Wear the color red to show your support of women around the world!
Hey Readers, I’ve been interested in Soko’s music videos (which she directs herself) for awhile now. Her latest is above and it’s really cool. Below is Amber Arcades (who was kind enough to let me shoot her portrait backstage), twin sisters Tasseomancy and finishing off with another favorite Thievery Corporation with a kickin’ new track! Have a great weekend! Gabriel
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Some thoughts on Skeleton Crew by Stephen King
Two weeks ago, I finished Stephen King’s epic short story anthology “Skeleton Crew”. While I found the book uneven at times (some of the story endings were not as good as the stories themselves), I really enjoyed his descriptions of New England (where I’m from). His descriptive powers are awesome, especially when it comes to describing nature. I also enjoyed the atmosphere King builds through almost over-describing everything. Often he’ll drift off topic, which can be frustrating, but maybe that’s what makes his stories stand out. It felt as if he was speaking to me in person!