Ordinary Sunday Brunch
[Mu1] Inside the Secretly Lucrative World of Solo Piano Music
[Mu2] A tad over the top here IMO, but that opening sequence was all time great stuff. “Belly Is the 2nd Greatest Music Video of All Time Behind Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller'”
[Mu4] New music video celebrates 25th anniversary of Iz’s album Facing Future. Facing Future remains the best-selling album in the history of Hawaiian music.
[Mu5] “Cajun music is rooted in the songs and fiddle tunes of the Acadians—French speakers who migrated from France to Canada in the seventeenth century, and from Canada to Louisiana in the eighteenth century. It combines Acadian, German, Native American, and African American elements, along with influences from country and western, blues, and pop to create a uniquely American regional musical tradition.”
[Ar1] They Get Paid to Touch the Art: Apprentices in a new program at the Broad learn the nuts and bolts of handling artworks by Jeff Koons, Nina Chanel Abney and more
[Ar2] For millennia, the intensity of Sicily’s southern sun, magnified by the three seas surrounding it (the Tyrrhenian, Ionian, and Mediterranean), has been matched by the ever-present specter of death. Like Persephone, whose abduction by Hades is among the island’s defining myths, it seems to live half in light and half in darkness.
[Hi1] For two decades as he ruled Boston’s underworld as its brutal kingpin, Whitey Bulger secretly led a double life as an informer for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
[Hi2] This 110-Year-Old Steamboat Is a Floating History Lesson
[Hi3] I’m a big fan of this publication: “Lewis Lapham’s Antidote to the Age of BuzzFeed.”
There are stage moves, then there are diva moves, and there there is Aretha pulling her wig off and chucking it
[Fo2] Facebook Marketplace Has Awesome Food, and Regulators Can’t Stand That. Neither can established restaurants.