Hopefully someone or more than one will make a nice video of this ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyQ27hn1en8
Amen and kudos, Gabe.
Thank you for such an honest and open piece on the sensualised death of an icon.
Great piece, Gabe, probably the best I've read.
my mother's maiden name was rice. rice-a-roni was a popular nickname.. you know.. the san francisco treat..
That last sentence in the review didn't make any sense. Why does the author assume that pilots wouldn't talk a fair amount of smack when in the act of shooting down an enemy? Prayer before going up into the skies would seem like a commonplace act as well, especially so when one considers that the odds were fairly good that they wouldn't be returning. The reason for the CGI is simple; there simply aren't enough of the vintage planes depicted flying these days to make it practical to use them. So George Lucas used WW2 footage as the idea for Star Wars. How does that detract from the movie? There's nothing wrong with adding a little melodrama to make a movie more palatable to the movie goers that know very little about the war. The reviewer would have one believe that the movie was a bust with regard to its historical accuracy when really what he didn't like was that it pulled at heartstrings which didn't sit well with him. My father was a Tuskegee Airman and I'm quite sure that if he were alive today, he wouldn't have had nearly as much of a problem with the way his comrades were depicted as the reviewer did. Totally lame review, or rather, reviewer.
Very beautiful and well written.
Thank you, Maureen R. Agius.
Proud Mother Of Dominic Clemente Agius-
Proud Mother Of Jim Agius.
I thought the Spreckels Spring Awakening was one of the best musicals I've seen in Sonoma County, closely followed by the Raven production of Rent a a couple of summers ago. Both were relentlessly modern in music and style, with highly committed actors and great bands. Spring Awakening has better leads.
ALBINO! would like to clarify that there is no partnership between the band and the "Story of Stuff" project at present. We are simply performing a growing suite of songs that were inspired by the videos. Thanks to Jacqui for the feature and all who came out to make our Hopmonk show a huge success!
Nice article. Albino! has so much going, I love the band especially the dancing! But for things to really change a lot needs to happen, hopefully for the good of us humans and the world as a whole.
Photo by: Noa Azoulay-Sclater
My Mother's maiden name is Musselman. Thankfully, we didn't go with that one.
Hi, through no fault of my own was injured and unconscious for many weeks, a few years later I found yoga. Yoga gave me life but almost took my life away; many yoga techniques’ are excellent for the health.
Stick with simple yoga, don’t try to understand how it works and it will treat you very well. Paularmstrong5@hotmail.com
How refreshing! Bringing together and supporting intelligent and creative folks where we can celebrate music, art & diversity. Exactly what Santa Rosa needs. I wish you success, Evan!
Great article! Thanks.
I'm intrigued and would like to find out more about this art. I think I'll go!
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