Links for 3/30/19

Big gods came after the rise of civilisations, not before, finds study using huge historical database


 

Exploring Instrumental from the year 1963


 

In Memory of the Pan-Pacific Auditorium


 

Scott Walker : Scott Walker (1943-2019)


 

Trader Vic’s, a bastion of Tiki in Emeryville, started as a one-room beer parlor in Oakland


 

One Hula Of A Night: All The Best Tiki Bars In London


 

The New Speakeasy: Cocktails in a Stranger’s Kitchen


 

Seaweed Sippers


 

Cruising Down SoCal’s Boulevards: Streets as Spaces for Celebration and Cultural Resistance


 

The most dangerous climate feedback loop is speeding up


 

An ocean of evidence on warming is our cue to take action – now


 

Kelp In the Lineup? Here’s What You Need To Know

Hal Blaine Dies Age 90

Another legend gone. So shortly after Randy Nauert of The Challengers, Michel Legrand (The Thomas Crown Affair) and André Previn. The Guardian did the best thing they could and collected some of his most famous recordings in a tribute.

Here he’s opening The Ronettes’ Be My Baby at Gold Star Recordings in Los Angeles 1963.

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Links for 2/1/19

Pipeline battle puts focus on Canada’s disputed right to use indigenous land


 

The Cocktail Guru, Jonathan Pogash, shares a winter tiki drink recipe


 

Skull microphone


 

“Walking Through Summer” with 14-year-old Kiwi, Natt Fitt


 

Makaha Skateboard Team 1965


 

The climate emergency plan


 

Russell King in Mexico Beach Florida


 

Sixties Antipodean Pulp Fiction


 

Retro Rocket Decanters by Jonathan Adler


 

Portuguese People Score Massive Victory in Protecting Alentejo Coast from Oil Drilling