Ordinary Sunday Brunch
[Mu1] I was there; it was good but probably coming at it a bit high…“25 Years Later: Was 1993 The Greatest Year In Music?”
Still, let’s do all 1993 music just for fun.
[Mu2] If the opening statement of “most beloved” was true, the rest of the article wouldn’t be necessary…”Sales of music’s most beloved format are in free fall in the United States this year. According to figures published by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America), the value of total stateside album sales in the first half of 2018 (across download, CD and vinyl) plummeted by 25.8 percent when compared with the first half of 2017.”
[Mu3] Music isn’t wallpaper – it’s a civilising force.
[Mu4] Does Hearing Christmas Music in Early November Enrage You? You’re not alone.
[Mu5] Music Therapy Yields Gains For Children With Autism
[Ar1] Fallen SEAL Team Six Member Was a Secret Art Prodigy: Navy SEAL Josh Harris left pieces of his humor and his soul behind in lush paintings that his parents found after his death.
[Ar2] Inside The Multi-Million Dollar World Of Rock And Roll Art At SF Art Exchange.
[Ar3] The Surprising Formula for Becoming an Art Star: Study maps the galleries, museums that determine the next Picasso, as well as the ones that don’t have as much sway.
[Hi2] Giving Color to History: Why colorized historical films and photographs bring the past closer.
[Hi3] Veterans Day is a fitting reminder of the values we cherish and defend.
[Fo1] Slow-Cooking History
[Fo3] ‘Farming While Black’: A Guide To Finding Power And Dignity Through Food.