Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Wolfpack: Kultural Armageddeon

Move over Justin Bieber! It’s been a while since I’ve been able to find a film worth seeing at the theaters in my area. It might have something to do with the fact that the 24 cineplexes in the city … Continue reading

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The Grateful Dead Played Suburban Whiteboy Music

Kanye West: not a trophy for white people. Photo: Rex Shutterstock. Caption: Guardian newspaper, June 24, 2015 It’s true! The Grateful Dead play music exclusively addressed to suburban white people! And I have David Shaftel writing in today’s Guardian to let … Continue reading

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Gloom and Doom

For the cheery minded optimists who constitute the bulk of the art world along with the ironists and those who just plain prefer to keep their heads crammed up their behinds, I suggest you not read further in this post. … Continue reading

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Great American Performance Artists of the Past

Still from Jean Renoir’s immortal 1954 French Cancan I’m aware that some of the readers of this blog have been insulted that I’m less than enthusiastic about Performance Art. And I’ve taken the criticism to heart. I’ve actually begun looking into some … Continue reading

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Hennessy Youngman: You Know What I’m Sayin’?

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Some Things to Consider

Old drawing by some disgruntled and malcontent older artist (probably a forgery) “The religious nature of consumerism also explains why consumerism is extraordinarily difficult to change. Abandoning consumerism means abandoning what gives a person assurance that his or her life … Continue reading

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Fukushima update

“Fukushima is literally a time bomb in quiescence. Another powerful quake and all hell could break loose. Also, it is is not even close to being under control. Rather it is totally out of control. According to Dr. Caldicott, ‘It’s still … Continue reading

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