by Dan Hess
by Dan Hess
Gene Tierney 1940’s
Maybe Lady Macbeth didn’t have the best sanity thing going, but she did have something down - an obsession with the thing that ties us together but pulls us apart when we lose it.
In this episode all bout blood:
1. Young Blood / The Coasters
2. Let It Bleed / Goat
3. Fresh Blood / The Eels
4. I Bleed / The Pixies
5. Bloodthirsty Blues / Victoria Spivey
6. Until We Bleed / Kleerup with Lykke Li
7. Sorrow, Tears and Blood / Kyp Malone, Tunde Adebimpe, Kronos Quartet and Stuart Bogie from Red Hot & Fela
I get this really great gag reflex when the words, “It’s something I feel passionate about,” come out of my mouth.
I collect, edit and curate graveyard reviews.
Oahu Cemetery & Crematory Services
TOMORROW (7/28) in an exclusive interview with Charlie Rose, Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal reveals what it will take to return to peace in the region.
I need to get a lot done today, but first I be swappin out the music on my iThing cause
Marlon Brando reading the script for Desiree (1954).
in your absence is the screech
of swine as the shower comes
on and in the steam that fills this cell there is
a kind of hell you love being born
in the red muck a jade blooms
in only the most precise winter light a cross-
section of the kalanchoe reveals kalanchoe
the wild is the garden work of mourning a woman
whose hair has become too thick for rain
[Read more from this month’s issue here.]