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Monthly Archives: December 2015
News of the death of Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister, bassist/vocalist/songwriter/essential component of British ur-thrashers Motorhead, began to pop up on my social media feeds yesterday afternoon. I hoped it was a misreading of the passing of his seventieth birthday last week, … Continue reading
Slept til noon today, which makes sense, given that I got home a little after three this morning. The Berries had a show in Real City last night, headlining a three-band bill at our home-away-from-home, Art Bar. Justin and I … Continue reading
The gifts are opened, the dinner yet to be eaten, and I’m ensconced in my den, with numerous new books and music. Mrs. M received workout stuff and small items of jewelry (although she requires no ornamentation, being beautiful already.) … Continue reading
This morning I was looking through the blog archives for some of my favorite Christmas songs, which led me to my older Christmas Eve posts. I noticed certain commonalities — apparently Christmas Eves have been rainy in Mondoville for much of … Continue reading
I’ve previously mentioned my cousin, airline pilot/guitarist Jack Dunn, at this blog, but I don’t know if I’ve said much about his eldest, a sophomore at the U of Arizona who is majoring in astronomy and astrophysics (once a pursuit … Continue reading
I’m watching yet another set of Law and Order episodes (one of my favorite weekend activities) this morning, and was checking Facebook during a commercial break when I heard “my kind of music.” There was a tough-sounding instrumental bed, with a … Continue reading