I give to you a book of days, you give to me a line of minutes. I give to you a story of weeks, you give to me a poem … Continue reading
If you process things more visually than you do aurally, watch this video, a visualization of the piece by mathematical image-maker Jos Leys. You can follow the score, note for … Continue reading
This is the only known film footage of the French Impressionist Claude Monet, made when he was 74 years old, painting alongside a lily pond in his garden at Giverny. … Continue reading
. No, this is not a Monty Python skit, but an interesting fusion of two different styles of music: famous rock songs played in a distinctively European folk style — … Continue reading
Leonard Cohen reads his poem “Prayer for Messiah” in 1966 — before his days as a musician began. .
. Down into the black, flesh curdled dirt. Down into the family charnel, marinade in whiskey, with the murderers and soul murderers against whom you honed your tongue. Down there … Continue reading
If a new scientific paper is proven accurate, the international target of limiting global temperatures to a 2°C rise this century will not be nearly enough to prevent catastrophic melting … Continue reading