Ted Elmore at RVA News wrote a nice piece about people visiting the RVA Street Art Festival site and G40 murals and how the art all over town still has people talking, visiting, and photographing. Keep it coming!!
“The works at the power plant combines much of what we love: art, design,…
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Angelo Badalamenti racconta - e suona- come componeva i pezzi per Twin Peaks, con David Lynch accanto al suo Fender Rhodes che gli dava le immagini, dettava i cambi, e lui appresso a fare questi suoni semplici e spettrali.
Una roba bellissima
Angelo Badalamenti about his work with David Lynch on Twin Peaks.
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tonight an earthquake damaged loads of buildings in northern italy, six people died. it was 6.0 richter, i woke up because of it and here in venice has been pretty intense, even if the epicentre was more than an hundred kilometers from here :S
i’m okay guys, you can check the tag #northern italy on twitter if you want to know more about it!
“One of the strangest legacies of America’s founding is our national obsession with the apocalypse. There’s a new JJ Abrams show coming this fall called The Revolution about a post-apocalyptic America, and of course The Hunger Games. We go to a gift shop in Arizona and see dug-up Indian arrowheads, and never think “this is the same thing as the stuff laying around in Terminator or The Road or that part in The Road Warrior where the feral kid finds a music box and doesn’t know what it is.”
We love the apocalypse as long as nobody acknowledges the truth: It’s not a mythical event. We live on top of one.”—
Sorry if i sound really ignorant, but, what did happen?
No it’s ok, don’t worry.
A bomb exploded right outside a school, in Brindisi. A girl died, she was 16 years old and other…
Today it’s a sad day for every Italian. Because the nightmare had come once again to hit in the most coward and subtle way. Even if you’re not Italian please find a minute today to care. Mafia kills today, like 20 years ago. Terrorism, the most lethal, you should remember it’s not far away, it’s all around you.
“Perché la mafia teme la scuola più della giustizia, la mafia prospera sull’ignoranza della gente, sulla quale può svolgere opera di intimidazione e di soggezione psicologica : solo così la mafia può prosperare”.