Links for 8/18/18

Wealthy investors are buying Long Beach’s old low-rent buildings and evicting everyone, making them homeless


 

Deep in the LHI tape archive hid a mysterious tape marked “Woodchucks.” The tape held a “lost” instrumental surf album recorded by Lee Hazlewood in the early 1960s. Some of the songs have been recorded by The Astronauts, Jack Nitzsche, Dick Dale and His Del-Tones, Takeshi Terauchi, The Ventures, John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin), The Trashmen, The Challengers and The Surfaris. Lee’s original recordings have never been released. Bask in the reverb drenched twang of Lee Hazlewood’s original versions for the first time ever!

Lee Hazlewood – Cruisin’ for Surf Bunnies


 

Being near a body of water makes us calmer and healthier, science shows


 

Earth is becoming ‘Planet Plastic’

Links for 6/3/18

The Methane Time Bomb and the Future of the Biosphere


 

How The Queen Of Rockabilly, Wanda Jackson, Stole The Crown With ‘There’s A Party Goin’ On’


 

Welcome to LA


 

‘Sea, ice, snow, it’s all changing’: Inuit culture struggles with warming world


 

Bitcoin’s stupendous power waste is green, apparently — bad excuses for Proof-of-Work


 

Waste Free Oceans Is Dedicated to Transforming Ocean Plastic


 

The military paid for a study on sea level rise. The results were scary.

Links for 4/25/18

‘Mountains and mountains of plastic’: life on Cambodia’s polluted coast


 

Why Indonesia’s Bajau people can stay submerged under water longer than you or me


 

Arabesque for Kenneth Anger (1958 – 61) by Marie Menken


 

The True Story of How Hawaii Became Part of the United States

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Archaeologists discover 81 ancient settlements in the Amazon


 

The Battle for Paradise


 

10,000 People Protested This Proposed Kinder Morgan Pipeline


 

Midcentury-inspired matching clothing by Charles Phoenix