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Summer Reading

I thought if I put together a list of the books I want to read (in addition to creating a physical pile, a printed and bound roadblock of sorts, in the middle of the small path that leads to my side of the bed) it might help motivate me to work through them at a quicker […]

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The Importance of the Album

I spent the better part of my evening last night working through an August 1967 issue of Crawdaddy I’d picked up at Amoeba before meeting my wife for dinner. The cover feature was an 8 page interview with Paul Rothchild, who talks at length about recording the then just released first Doors LP*. Rothchild rambles […]

Interview with Raoul Vaneigem

Belgian born writer and philosopher Raul Vaneigem was one of the principal minds behind the Situationist International during the 60’s. Vaneigem’s hope for the future and enthusiasm for living life is truly inspiring to me. I can’t express enough to you how much I think this interview is worth reading. HUO: In your recent books […]

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