Neil Young (middle) with his band the Squires and the Pontiac hearse he bought to tour. He named it Mortimer Hearseburg. (1964)
Supremes, 4 Seasons, Jan & Dean, Chad & Jeremy, Raiders
Health Canada has advised the band council of Potlotek First Nation in Cape Breton to issue a water advisory after recent water tests showed high levels of iron and manganese. Meanwhile, the band is trying to get its new water treatment facility up and running.
For centuries, journalists, academics, and even politicians have been obsessed with the idea of the untouched tribe.
The Jersey Shore resort town of Asbury Park circa 1900, channeled through vintage high-resolution glass negatives and set to music, produced by the illustrious Ken B. Click Play, then the “Full Screen” icon for the full effect.
Rapa Nui have written a new chapter in their history based upon their cultural values of guardianship, responsibility and accountability for the natural environment
Diogenes’ Lantern, near the Brockton Arcade, also boasted imported teas, Italian soft drinks and folk singers
Skateboarding’s ascent to the Summer Olympic Games in 2020 may have finally established it as a legitimate sport, but it’s had a plentiful share of trials of tribulations.
Sounds Of The Unexpected by Various Artists (Fun Time) on Ace Records
Monika Pon-Su-San passed away on the 14th June from natural causes in Johannesburg. She was 86. In 1952 she met the Russian artist, Vladimir Tretchikoff, while she was working at her …
The Archivist: The Aquatic Ape | The Surfers Journal
Sabine Jessen discusses Trudeau’s plans to increase offshore oil exploration that undermine oceans protection commitments Canada has made.
Journey-based charts from the past can help us track the progression of transportation technology.
Source: Atlas Obscura
Mexico markets Trump themed tp, proceeds help migrants
Source: Boing Boing
Seit mehr als 100 Jahren paddeln Kajakfahrer auf den Kanälen in Thalkirchen, das Flusssurfen wurde hier erfunden. Doch es gibt immer wieder Ärger.
I would like to draw attention to the Immigrants who wanted to live a better life in America. I tried to connect past and present with visualising these people in today’s environment.Last year I’ve been to Ellis Island and I immediately had a bad feeling about that place. Approximately I knew what happened in Ellis Island and later I’ve been thinking about the likeness of current the immigration reforms in the United States. I made a research and it’s really sad what happened to many Immigrants. Many of them died in Ellis Island while waiting and hoping for an opportunity for a new life. In this way their dream came true. I created this project as a reminder and commemorate to the 3,500 people who died there.Black and white images from the previous century are often forgotten, so I colorised them and retouched the damages to make more connected to the present. The images are fictional, many people couldn’t ever get into Manhattan or live in America. Migration is an ongoing situation and the story of Ellis Island is still relevant nowadays.This is not history. This is today.
Source: Flora Borsi
The use of valuable agricultural resources for the production of snacks and sodas means less fertile land and clean water is available to grow nutritious food for local communities.
Source: This Infographic Shows How Only 10 Companies Control All the World’s Brands
An obscure 30-year-old treaty has landed thousands of Micronesians in poverty and homelessness in Hawaii.
Brazilian Ricardo Stuckert accidentally stumbled on to the tribe after his helicopter was diverted
There’s more in common between indigenous and board culture than you might think.
Source: New Winnipeg Art Gallery exhibit fuses indigenous, skateboarding culture | Metro Winnipeg
Study shows down-the-drain disposal is not a major source of pharmaceutical pollution
A pair of First Nations are using a monumental 2014 Supreme Court of Canada decisions as legal precedent in their protest against major fish farms on Vancouver Island.
Drinks that fell out of fashion as the epitome of kitsch are being revived as joyfully composed craft cocktails.
Source: Tiki’s Comeback
Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s “frozen wall of earth” has failed to prevent groundwater from entering th
Source: Panel: TEPCO’s ‘ice wall’ failing at Fukushima nuclear plant?The Asahi Shimbun
Environmental groups — including all surf environmental groups — are concerned over proposed firing of California Coastal Commission’s Executive Director, Dr. Charles Lester. Here’s why.
Over in Davos world leaders are desperately trying to find a ‘fourth industrial revolution’ to keep the ‘growth’ juggernaut rolling, write Bennet Francis & Rupert Read. But their efforts are doomed: the real challenge we face is to build a healthy, more equal society and a green, sustainable future for us all.
The Obama administration is expected to propose new rules as soon as Friday to curb methane leaks from oil and natural gas production, its latest attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from energy production under its control, sources familiar with the plan said.