The Shaggs, the outsider sister act that released a lone album of atonal, off-kilter proto-punk before disbanding in 1975, performed for the first time in nearly 18 years today. Drummer Helen Wiggins passed away in 2006, but sisters Dot, Betty, and Rachel reunited at Wilco's Solid Sound Festival in North Adams, MA to play cult…
Before starting my hike on the AT, I thought my greatest fear was “being abandoned” or “being alone”…especially in the woods….in the dark with roaches and spiders…away from civilization. I found out that the trail was NOT a lonely place...Show More Summary
Scott Listfield made a name for himself painting a lone astronaut wandering in our corporate-littered landscape where pop culture often takes precedence over politics, and the brand logo is worshiped like a religious icon. His imagery also plays on science fiction tropes with a twist of humor. In his series Franchise, currently on view at […]
Look out for a lonely horse and an exploding shed.
Picture a hospital: the bustle of harried doctors and nurses, time dragging for lonely patients, and the pervasive sadness of a place for the sick and dying. And suddenly, there's music -- live, classical music, the sounds of masters like Johannes Brahms and Giuseppe Verdi -- to make it all a bit more bearable. Show More Summary
ABC has canceled the freshman series Downward Dog after one season, the show’s creators Samm Hodges and Michael Killen announced in a statement. The series starred Allison Tolman and Lucas Neff and was about a lonely dog who navigates the complexity of 21st century relationships. The creators of the show are hoping that another network [...]
In Paula Cocozza’s hypnotic first novel, “How to Be Human,” a lonely woman strikes up a relationship with a feral fox.
Every month we publish several full-length articles that our Club Zebra Pro members can mail to their prospects and clients without attribution to The Lones Group. This June we have a template for explaining how prices have changed and another article on home inspections. Our third article for June covers how outdoor spaces are a […]
People bitten by the Lone Star tick can develop a sudden and dangerous allergy to pork, beef, and lamb.
Scientific discovery is popularly believed to result from the sheer genius of intellectual stars such as Darwin and Einstein. Their work is often thought to reflect their unique contributions with little or no regard to their own prior experience or to the efforts of their lesser-known predecessors. Show More Summary
You already know that ticks pose a threat your health; these bugs, which thrive in the summer, can transmit Lyme disease, Powassan virus and even a rare condition called tick paralysis. If those illnesses aren’t enough to worry about, experts are sounding the alarm about another tick-borne condition that appears to be on the rise.…
At Fanzine, poet Barrett White contributes the transcript from his recent discussion with Australian publishing influencers SOd Press (a.k.a. aj carruthers and Amelia Dale). “I was immediately compelled by the strangeness of the work I found on their site,” White writes. “Neo-Dadaesque asemic and collage work. Glitch art and childlike sketches bordering on Art Brut. […]
Mars is probably a pretty lonely place. The red planet is littered with rusty red rocks and, as far as we know, devoid of any kind of life. But even so, rovers still roam the surface of the world on humanity's behalf, making their...Show More Summary
Belgium tightened security even more on Wednesday to counter fears that lone attackers could strike anywhere and at any time, a day after a failed bombing by a man shouting "Allahu akbar" at a Brussels train station put the nation on edge.
The Kings open the 2017-18 season by playing five of their first six games at Staples Center, including their season-opening game Oct. 5 against the Philadelphia Flyers. Their lone road game in their opening stretch is Oct. 7 against the Pacific Division rival San Jose Sharks. The Kings’ first game against the expansion Vegas Golden […]
Post by Stephanie Booth. Why should you never invite a lone star tick to a BBQ? The punchline's a killer. (Literally.) This particular type of tick can trigger an allergy to red meat. And we don't just mean a stuffy nose. Think hives, vomiting, a nasty headache, and, in worst case scenarios, trouble breathing. Show More Summary
Memorial Day in Mammoth, Kennedy Meadows, and the start of the Sierra.... The post Video Update: Kennedy Meadows to Lone Pine (mile 702-745) appeared first on The Trek.
This tick-induced allergy will butcher your efforts to eat red meat — and though it’s rare, it’s on the rise.
See that faint, blue dot in the middle of this NASA image? That's the Curiosity rover making its way up the rocky slopes of Mount Sharp. The robotic lander, now approaching its fifth year of operation, has never looked so lonely. More »
Once host to Mayflower pilgrims, kings, queens and royal intrigue, Gainsborough Old Hall stands as a lonely medieval relic in a postindustrial landscape, a reminder of the wealthy history of Gainsborough, a slightly dilapidated former...Show More Summary