"She Can Really Lay It Down: 50 Rebels Rockers & Musical Revolutionaries" by Rachel Frankel and Amanda Petrusich
Upper Skagit tribal elder Violet 'Vi' Fernando dies at 97
"[...] Vi Fernando was a child in the 1920s, when she and her mother would net salmon from a wooden canoe."
"Anthologies of Women's Rage" during #LitCrawlPDX
@Bashabez5 I think you’re in Maine so I thought of you when I heard this podcast.
"Century-old recordings combined with state-of-the-art technology are giving some tribes new perspectives on their languages and songs. Wax cylinder recordings of songs and stories from the late 1800s took a roundabout journey and are now providing new insights for the Passamaquoddy tribe, which has few fluent speakers left."
I love seeing people find their definition of success. I know so many people who are great talents and work work so hard for so long and it just takes them awhile to find that place.
But when it happens, few things on this planet make me happier when you can see a person exhale and *know* all of that work and sacrifice has a point.
That's a great thing.
I’m looking forward to hearing the new Gang Starr album.
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