Links for 7/26/21

The Map Of Native American Tribes You’ve Never Seen Before


 

Al Santos – a Pioneer In Hawaiian Bag Surfing


 

The Sandals The Endless Summer LP (re-issue)


 

The real Lord of the Flies: what happened when six boys were shipwrecked for 15 months


 

McDonald’s introduced an “impossible” meatless burger in 1962 but it was pineapple


 

Fender 1959 catalog


 

Stealing Children To Steal the Land


 

Apple Is Not Your Friend


 

Tech vs. Journalism


 

The 1963 dam break that flooded parts of Los Angeles


 

Doughnut Economics

Links for 3/21/21

John Muir in Native America


 

The Anti-Colonial Revolution


 

The Real-Life Gidget Looks Back From 80: “I Lived It All”


 

The History of Female Surfing: a Legacy of Hawaiian Medicine Women, Royalty, Goddesses and More


 

A Tale Of Two Ecosystems: On Bandcamp, Spotify And The Wide-Open Future


 

You Can Now Stay in a Floating Tiki House Off the Florida Keys


 

Sincron 8 Minute De Vis


 

Deluged by floods, America’s ‘oldest city’ struggles to save landmarks from climate crisis


 

This Man Has Spent Quarantine Making Ridiculously Meticulous Miniatures of L.A. Landmarks

Links for 2/20/21

Honolulu 1954


 

A Tale Of Two Ecosystems: On Bandcamp, Spotify And The Wide-Open Future


 

Surf Film Filmography


 

While Hollywood Had the Sunset Strip, East L.A. Had the ‘Latin Strip’


 

Stan Ross Larry Levine Interview 1988


 

Meet the Melanasians: Black People with Naturally Blonde Hair


 

Was Music City L.A.’s Greatest Record Store?


 

Music Of The Magindanao In The Philippines


 

GM and Ford Knew, Too: Reporting Reveals Auto Giants Recognized Looming Climate Crisis in 1960s—and Helped Bury Reality


 

Red Rover: 1957


 

Duke’s Ulcers: How Surfing’s Most Popular Icon Dealt with White Supremacy

Links for 1/10/21

The Not-So-Chill History of Hawai‘i’s Breeziest Shirt


 

A Walk Along The Gaudy, Bawdy Pike


 

The Squires
Neil Young (middle) with his band the Squires and the Pontiac hearse he bought to tour. He named it Mortimer Hearseburg. (1964)


 

Artist Ed Ruscha’s Photos Showcased in New Getty Online Exhibit


 

Rare footage of Victoria’s first surfers in 1920 – “Surfing Hawaiian Redwood Boards at Lorne”


 

Where The Action Is 1965 – Pilot Episode

Supremes, 4 Seasons, Jan & Dean, Chad & Jeremy, Raiders


 

A dombra performance by a 23-year-old Kazakh musician in Lake Köbeituz, a salt lake in Kazakhstan that turns pink every several years.


 

How to Survive Encounters with Dangerous Animals

Links for 7/24/20

Your Favorite Rock ‘n’ Roll, Country and R&B Legends as Marionettes


 

Summers could become ‘too hot for humans’


 

Earth’s final frontier: the global race to map the entire ocean floor


 

From LAX to Frank Sinatra’s house, Paul R. Williams’ architecture defined mid-century California


 

Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Double Feature, John Hubley

 https://youtu.be/PWn6-4HWSJg


 

For decades, scientists puzzled over the plastic ‘missing’ from our oceans – but now it’s been found


 

Arizona national monument, home to sacred Native American burial sites, is being blown up for the border wall


 

Temperatures at a Florida-Size Glacier in Antarctica Alarm Scientists


 

Federal disaster relief is being wasted on NC beaches


 

Honolulu Hawaii Episode 1

Links for 6/20/20

Sambarama 2


 

Del Shannon the making of an album


 

With Paris project industry giant WhiteWater jumps into the surf park market


 

LA, back then.


 

Fat Dreams of Italy


 

Report reveals ‘massive plastic pollution footprint’ of drinks firms


 

Fat Cat de Crème


 

Building Solidarity Against False Solutions!


 

Factory Schools see something “wrong” with being indigenous


 

The great kava boom: how Fiji’s beloved psychoactive brew is going global


 

“A Dance With Plants” – balmy Costa Rica


 

The First Session at Waimea


 

Earliest hunting scene in prehistoric art