Returning To OZ: Or When Storytellers No Longer Know How To Tell Stories


There was a time when American cinema and Hollywood meant something. That time is long gone and empty films like OZ: THE GREAT AND POWERFUL are the hard proof. These types of films have, sadly, become the norm. They also, as it turns out, show us yet another example of how when James Franco is castContinue reading “Returning To OZ: Or When Storytellers No Longer Know How To Tell Stories”

DARK STAR As You’ve Never Heard It


The Grateful Dead at the Family Dog at the Great Highway August 3, 1969 in San Francisco. An incredible night in its entirety, but this 23 minute Dark Star with violin and saxophone accompaniment by David LaFlamme and Charles Lloyd respectively carries us across entirely new landscapes and over unimaginable peaks. It is a breathtaking auditory odyssey. Enjoy… http://ia700408.us.archive.org/30/items/gd1969-08-03.sbd.miller.30652.sbeok.flac16/gd69-08-03d2t01_vbr.mp3