Archive for March, 2014

3 Mile Island Accident & Song

Posted in Environment, Music with tags , on March 23, 2014 by kozmicdogz

 

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The music blog “tapewrecks” written by Tom Quinn of Philadelphia posted numerous songs which were inspired by and reference nuclear power and especially the accident at the Three Mile Island plant in Pennsylvania 35 years ago in March 1979.

Lots of images, music, and personal recollections, check it out.

Spring!

Posted in Photography with tags , on March 20, 2014 by kozmicdogz

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It’s here!

Photo taken Spring 2013 at Bryan Park.

Oh Danny Boy!

Posted in Music, Richmond with tags on March 17, 2014 by kozmicdogz

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Video by the Richmond Indigenous Gourd Orchestra.

A word about the snow…one of the largest snow storms I remember since moving to Richmond, Va was in March. I clearly remember riding my bicycle in the snow down Broad Street. But, this has got to be over, Spring starts for real on Thursday.

Springboard of Time

Posted in Environment, Writers & Writing with tags on March 8, 2014 by kozmicdogz

This is the day.

Lose an hour.

Gain an hour.

Use it for better or worse.

Half of us are cranky,

Half  are all smiles.

“Yawn…I’m tired already.”

Look For This Soon – Paul Watson, “My Secret Effect”

Posted in Music with tags , , on March 7, 2014 by kozmicdogz

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Photos from Paul’s performance February 27th at GlobeHopper.

Cover Art by Bill Altice ~ download the music

Sarah Hand @ Quirk

Posted in Art with tags , on March 6, 2014 by kozmicdogz

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One of our favorite people at one of our favorite galleries!

French Film Festival – 2014

Posted in Film with tags on March 1, 2014 by kozmicdogz

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It’s March so in addition to thoughts of spring it is time to start thinking about the 22nd Annual French Film Festival will be held March 27-30, here in Richmond, Va. Showings at the Byrd Theatre.

The largest French film festival outside of France brings filmmakers and actors from France as well as fans and writers from all over the globe. They converge onto Cary Street and immerse themselves in film for 4 days. Here is a link to this year’s schedule.

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