Isaac Brock is pretty damn brilliant. MM was top notch at the Wiltern tonight — here are some rough sounding cuts from the new record, hopefully comin’ in EARLY next year.
Fire it Up
We’ve Got Everything
Who’s got photos???
UPDATE: If I recall correctly, these two will also appear on the upcoming “We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank,” – anyone know the titles on these?
Missed the Boat | Dashboard
L.A. Times article on Johnny Marr as modest mouse.
sheeyat… why not just check out the whole set.
photo at right from rolling stone
Free and fair elections, as we’ve heard over and over recently (in re: iraq) are the linchpin of a true democracy.
My recommendations are: take off the right/left hat and abolish words like “partisan” and “bias” and re-register as “independent” or “upright caucasian.”
Listening to the mud-slinging and standing by while the media sits back enabling and magnifying the ridiculum, I realize that it’s important to not lose focus on the matters at hand. For one day, we’re in control (at least to some extent).
OK, I’ll leave it there. I’ll be roaming L.A. country documenting for Video the Vote — more on the grassroots, non-partisan efforts recently launched tomorrow…
Freshly launched NewAssignment.net lists Nine Ways Citizen Journalists Can Cover the Election
For all in CA, here is a proposition party-style breakdown of this year’s assortment of y/n legislation.
Know the issues, know the candidates and don’t answer the phone or check the mail during the 72 hours of shadiness.
Enquiring minds want to know!
David Geffen netted a record $140 million for the sale of Jackson Pollock’s “No. 5, 1948,” according to the New York Times.
Uber-wealthy Mexican, David Martinez laid down the biggest wad of cash ever paid for a painting in history.
So, as suggested in Crain’s Chicago Business, is Geffen gonna make a move to save the increasingly more affordable Los Angeles Times?