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Little Baby Jesus In Velvet Underpants

Little Baby Jesus In Velvet Underpants

Rivesaltes Grenat wines–blood ruby red–are aged for a minimum of nine months, like a fresh little baby jesus. Paired with Fourme d’Ambert it resembles as we say here in France le petit Jesus en culotte de velours. Fourme d’Ambert is one old cheese, so revered and venerated (with a lovely stinky French Cheese bouquet) even […]

Leftovers

Touring Venice with Creator

String Theory gone Kaputtt

Creator Kaputtt (Hill of Beans Records, 2011) In the world of independent music there are no rules. When Bob Dylan was accused of lifting lines directly from Junichi Saga’s Confessions of a Yakuza (Kodansha, 1991) for Love and Theft (Columbia, 2001), people took notice, likely because this was a first for idiosyncratic Google-nerds to have […]

School of Hammerhead (HESO Magazine)

Sharkwater

An Alliance Atlantis release (in Canada) of a Sharkwater Prods. presentation of a Diatribe production. (International sales: Cinetic Media, New York.) Produced, directed, written by Rob Stewart. Executive producers, Brian Stewart, Sandra Campbell, Alexandra Stewart. In his article Infodiction, Malik Robinson talks about orienting response (OR). He says, “The OR is a survival mechanism, shared […]

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HESO Photo of the Week by Arnaud De Grave

Lebanon, Beirut, shot with an Olympus OM1-MD and 50mm 1.4 on Scala @ 200iso, October 2010. Kids don’t care about politics, just learning how to fly… Check out more of Arnaud’s photography at Azimut Brutal

The famous photograph of MacArthur and Hirohito

A Man Named Hirohito & His Legacy – Pop Zeitgeist

“He is a little man, about five feet two inches in height, in a badly cut gray striped suit, with trousers a couple of inches too short. He has a pronounced facial tic and his right shoulder twitches constantly. When he walks, he throws his right leg a little sideways as if he has no […]