Shine, Stéphane Grappelli (1990) “The grandfather of jazz violinists,” Stéphane Grappelli (1908-1997) continued playing concerts around the world well into his eighties. The jazz standard Shine dates to 1910, and the lyrics are about racism.
August is John Lee Hooker Month.
@WorldBollard has 28.2K followers on Twitter. It’s about bollards.
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Saboteur who destroyed the warship USS Bonhomme Richard has been arrested. (I posted the link on Facebook with a two-word comment. “Hang him.” That earned me a 3-day suspension for hate speech or something.)
[Top image: “Each Finger Pointed Towards The Open Way In Front” – Illustration by John Augustus Knapp, from John Uri Lloyd’s Etidorhpa (1895). “Etidorhpa” is the backward spelling of the name “Aphrodite.”]