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More Than 1,000,000 Americans. . .
...and counting. Christine Lavin's song is (alas) relevant again (and always until we do something)

More Than 1,000,000 Americans from christine lavin on Vimeo.


The Danny Federici Melanoma Fund
Click to donate to the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in memory of the E Street keyboardist


Sax Replaces Trumpets At Pearly Gates
Another member of the Legendary E Street Band is gone. Sad farewell to The Big Man, Clarence Clemons, who succumbed to complications from a stroke on June 18th.

For my of my thoughts, go the blog (with links to NBC Nightly News and Jon Parales article in the NYT)

Brucespringsteen.net
Clarenceclemmons.com


See Fortune's incredible pictures
"Kodachrome..it gives me the nice bright colors..." Kodak kills Kodachrome. Fortune presents some memorable images photographed on the famous film.


Or visit the Kodak site for more pictures


It's the end of the world as we know it...
The CERN Large Hadron Collider goes "First Beam" on 9/1/08.

CERN's site
Will it create a black hole that swallows the earth? Will it find the Higgs-Boson "God particle" and explain the origins of the universe. Click here to visit the CERN LHC site, with lots of photos, cool animations, and more...


Where punk and new wave was born and lived
"God likes change and a good joke. God loves CBCG's." Read Richard Hell's take on the closing of the legendary NY club on October 15th...



Being Japanese American

by Gil Asakawa
A compendium of Japanese American culture - and a look at how it's not quite Japanese -- read about it or order the book from Amazon.com

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A form of radio seldom practiced today (with few exceptions), featuring an idiosyncratic program characterized by music from a wide variety of eras, styles and genres, programmed in sets where there is a connection, or a progression, if you will, from one song to the next — by theme, or riff, or some other tangible or intangible muse.
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