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Celebrity bridges of the United States in pop culture

The following images and information identify 12 of the most well-known and recognizable “celebrity” bridges in the United States . These impressive structures have starred in a variety of pop culture media, including movies, documentaries, television and radio shows, books, … Continue reading

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Tuesday tunes: Male solo artists who belong in the Rock Hall of Fame

After last week’s list of female artists who belong in the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame, here is my list of male solo artists who are deserving of such recognition, too. Please note several of these artists are already … Continue reading

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Top ranked Atomic Age books and movies

While this list is not meant to be all-inclusive, it does list the top books and movies read or seen on the topic of the Atomic Age and/or nuclear war. They’re presented in the order of how I would personally … Continue reading

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2013’s top album – “Soft Will” by Smith Westerns

I have got to admit that I discovered this album later in the calendar year even though it was released in the summer. Despite my tardiness, the crisp, melodic indie/alternative  rock sounds and the fine lyrics of Soft Will make … Continue reading

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Finding gold with Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers

Anyone who attended Greater Lansing’s Common Ground Music Festival yesterday and didn’t stay to see the final performance of the evening made a huge mistake. While Awolnation, Foxy Shazam, twenty one pilots, and MGMT may be better known, none of … Continue reading

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“We are heroes with a thousand faces”

I first heard Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers play live at the Loft in Lansing last spring and then again at the Festival of the Sun in June. Each time, I have been mesmerized by their song entitled “Ego … Continue reading

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Brilliant song to make cockroaches scatter…

I know I like to heap praise on great music, but I have been largely lost for words since I first saw this video for the song “Simple Math” by Manchester Orchestra. Extraordinary does not go far enough. The visual … Continue reading

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