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When I asked Dan Murray to contribute to our groundbreaking, Planet Earth-esque series on childhood, at first he just grunted a little. Then he said “aight” like fifteen times, followed by a Wet Willie. You can take the Rhode Islander out of Rhode Island, but he’s still Dan Murray, that incorrigible ragamuffin that women want, and men want to be.
Nofim is a retirement community in Israel, where this portfolio was taken.
from NOFIM #2 (LANDSCAPES)
PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAN MURRAY
Dan Murray is a visual artist living in Brooklyn, New York. He can be reached at dannymurr [at] gmail [dot] com.
We have written about Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton many times in this space. It was our first post, and the #10 album of 2006. It is a great band with a lush sound and her great vocals. The piano is the focus and we like that. Since god knows what side project she is working now, Haines opted to keep the SS buzz going by releasing what is a stellar EP tease of something more, titled, What Is Free to A Good Home?
“Expecting to Fly” — Emily Haines (Neil Young cover)
You can buy it here and wait till July 24, or you can just go to iTunes. You can join her delightful mailing list here, and you can buy various Haines merchandise here. You can buy the album this EP springs from, Knives Don’t Have Your Back, here.
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We relived some of our favorite video game experiences, plus we got a Wii.
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