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 4/9/18

Confidential Shell Oil Report Prompts Lawsuit: They Knew About Climate Change Decades Ago


 

Deadly oil spill devastates Borneo port city – in pictures


 

Federal report: High-tide flooding could happen ‘every other day’ by late this century


 

Earth’s Wonders Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before


 

Nuke waste stored right at SanO surf spot? What? How we can all help.


 

Ten Summers Long: the Best of Bombora – Various Artists


 

Hawaii’s Last Outlaw Hippies


 

They Saw Earth From Space. Here’s How It Changed Them.


 

Climate change skeptics run the Trump administration

Links for 1/31/18

Within The Context Of All Contexts: The Rewiring Of Our Relationship To Music


 

After The Vinyl Revival, The Vinyl-Playing Jukebox Is Back


 

These 11 innovations will tackle the causes of ocean plastic pollution, not just the symptoms


 

Pacific Beach locals – another day in San Diego


 

The story behind Cecilia Ann


 

Scotty Moore’s Royal Legacy: Bearing Witness at the Birth of Rock and Roll


 

‘Soul-crushing’ video of starving polar bear exposes climate crisis, experts say


 

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