Tag Archives: summer

Lemmy Might Not Be Invincible, But New Motörhead Coming Soon

News Source: http://www.metalinsider.net/get-well-soon/lemmy-might-not-be-invincible-but-new-motorhead-coming-soon For well over 40 years, Motörhead frontman Lemmy has been seemingly indestructible. He’s drank more, smoked more and inhaled more than an army of men, looking unchanged by time while managing to release music that’s still vital. However, the singer/bassist is 68 years old (!), and a recent interview in Classic Rock Magazine […]

Jojo’s in the heart of Soho London

Coming every week from Monday 29th July 2013 for 12 weeks only at Madame Jojo’s in the heart of Soho London

A Rare Interview with Master Storyteller Stephen King

There are authors who write best sellers, and authors who write literary fiction; those who become celebrities, and those whose books make the leap to film, TV, and the stage. Very few authors achieve all of this, but Stephen King is one of them—the king of them, in a way. Before his breakthrough novel, 1974’s […]

hArctic nearly free of summer sea ice during first alf of 21st century

For scientists studying summer sea ice in the Arctic, it’s not a question of “if” there will be nearly ice-free summers, but “when.” And two scientists say that “when” is sooner than many thought — before 2050 and possibly within the next decade or two. James Overland of NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory and Muyin Wang […]

It’s Not a Fairytale: Seattle to Build Nation’s First Food Forest

I came across this article through a friend, gave it a read and thought to myself, “this is what the shift is all about”. The article discusses how Seattle is to build the Nation’s first “Food Forest”. 7 acres of organic perennial permaculture contained of hundreds of various plant edibles such as fruit trees, nut […]

ANOTHER STATE OF MIND | A Punk Documentary

Another State of Mind is a documentary film made in the summer of 1982 chronicling the adventure (and misadventure) of two punk bands — Social Distortion and Youth Brigade — as they embark on their first international tour. Along the way they meet up with another progressive punk band, Minor Threat, whom they hang out […]

Punk Rock Canada – Crash’n’Burn Part 1 (1977)

Peter Vronsky film featuring Steve Leckie (Nazi Dog) and the Viletones, Teenage Head, the Dishes and interviews with David W. Buchan, Peter Goddard, Danny Fields and Gary Cormier. Shot at the Crash’n’Burn and the New Yorker Theater in Toronto June 1977 and CBGB and Times Square Motor Inn in New York City, the summer of […]

Happy 150th birthday London Underground

On January 9, 1863 the first section of the London Underground opened, between Farringdon and Paddington – the first subterranean railway in the world. It was an instant success, copied widely across the globe and giving its name to an entire system. And despite some under-funded and unloved years, it is now enjoying a renaissance. […]

Whiz kid from Sierra Leone built own battery, radio transmitter

Kelvin Doe’s neighborhood in Sierra Leone has power lines, but they seldom deliver electricity. So, the 16-year-old whiz kid built his own battery out of acid, soda, and metal parts scavenged from trash bins that he now uses to light up area homes and help him work on his own inventions. Among other gadgets to […]

Heat wave in New York and several other eastern US states

New Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/7877372/Heat-wave-in-New-York-and-several-other-eastern-US-states.html by Telegraph Summer Heat Wave New York has roasted in record temperatures this week as a heat wave rolled across the eastern United States. The National Weather Service measured 103 degrees Fahrenheit (39.45 Celsius) in Central Park in mid-Manhattan on Tuesday, easily breaking the 101 degrees record set for July 6 back […]