A review of “Crossing Over,” a Performance Adventure in Green-Wood Cemetery. Part of the BEAT Festival Tour by Atlas Obscura, led by Allison Meier, with performances by LEIMAY.
We were totally unprepared for the winter of 1968; it was bleak and cold, and it seemed to last forever. My wife and I were from the North — Reading, Pennsylvania — and we had joined a government program to help organize the dispossessed so they could eventually help themselves. This program was called VISTA,… Read more »
Included here are some rare tracks from Elliott Sharp’s archives. These are pieces that are either unreleased, from records now out-of-print, or created for limited-edition compilations.
In an alley on the fringes of the march, Glory stuffed toilet paper bits in her ears and got out of danger, whispering to the baby in her tummy, running deeper into the alley for safety. Text me, she’d said to the father of her child Smith and his friend Archibald melted into the crowds… Read more »
Now available on Amazon and iTunes, the new release from Sensitive Skin Music: Steve Horowitz’s Super Size Me 10th Anniversary soundtrack. It’s been ten years since Morgan Spurlock’s documentary Super Size Me came out and was nominated for an Academy Award. Spurlock’s descent into three months of a McDonald’s-only diet is depressing in its revelations…. Read more »