Category Archives: music

States/Provinces with the most carousels


The list below identifies the states and provinces with the most carousels based on the census compiled by the National Carousel Association. The alternating non-bold/bold listing of states and provinces is done to make it easier to read the names.  … Continue reading

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Comeback music artist of the year – Land of Talk


With the exception of our friends in Canada and indie music fans like myself, I doubt many of you reading this post will recognize the name Land of Talk. Well, that is unfortunate, because you missed out on hearing great … Continue reading

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Radiohead’s triumphant tour de force


I was going to write a review of Radiohead’s stunning new album entitled A Moon Shaped Pool. But, after reading the review by Chris Gerard on PopMatters, I realized there was no possible way to say it any better.  Here … Continue reading

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“Hitch” is a Formidable Joyride


Anyone who has read Panethos for an extended period of time probably has figured out that I love rock music, particularly alternative rock and indie rock. Call me a creature of habit, but ever since my first Beatles, Monkees, and … Continue reading

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Lessons from Boston’s Irish Heritage Trail


Many of us are familiar with Boston’s Freedom Trail – a walking tour that takes one to famous sights ranging from Paul Revere’s home to the Old North Church to the Boston Massacre site to Bunker Hill. Virtually anyone growing … Continue reading

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Urban planning portrayed through art


As urban planners we most often tend to think of our profession being depicted to the outside world in fairly basic textual and geographic terms. Either it is the written word in somewhat legalistic prose, or it is maps representing … Continue reading

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An artistic planning masterpiece


  As an urban planner, I have seen some very well-written and thought-provoking master plans in the past 25+ years. But recently I stumbled across a specialized plan that I think may top them all – the Public Art Program … Continue reading

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