If you yawn when you hear the phrase "string quartet" and think dusty old farty music, think again. The Kronos Quartet plays modern, classic, fresh works. If nothing else, watch the video for the visual effects. (See there website at www.kronosquartet.org.)
|Callum Innes, Exposed Painting Red Oxide, 2013. "The paintings pretend to be neat and tidy but they're really quite chaotic."|
"Teaching biology without evolution would be like teaching chemistry without molecules, or physics without mass and energy." A college biology professor has The Talk with his students.
A photo gallery of Betta fish.
|For sleepy beer drinkers comes Goodnight Brew, a playful sudsy nighttime tALE.|
A blog about Fort Worth: Hometown by Handlebar.
I only recently learned what the word "polymath" means but I would definitely say it applies to this post from Ribbon Farm on flow-pacing as it includes fluid dynamics, music, and software updating among other things.
Cave paintings recently discovered in Indonesia are 40,000 years old and challenge the Euro-centric viewpoint of the development of art.
|Pop Chart Lab has something for the architect on your Xmas list: a poster of schematics of structures.|
Ten really bad opening lines of novels.
Can you tell the difference between a line of Hemingway and a line from a children's book? (I only got 8 of 15 correct.)
|Own a piece of sci-fi film history by bidding on original artwork from Star Wars.|
The guys from the classic Genesis lineup got together for their new documentary's premiere and were all smiles. But Steve Hackett doesn't like it. And speaking of Genesis, Rolling Stone lists several of their songs that only "hardcore" fans know. I must not be hardcore enough because I'm not sure I'd call some of these "insanely great."
Pink Floyd's new album, The Endless River, is coming in November and here's the trailer and the track Louder Than Words.
Check out the well-being indices where you live.
...have thorns about them. ~Henry David Thoreau