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Music Mondays: Beirut

Music Mondays: Beirut

March 01, 2010

Beirut was originally the solo music project of New Mexico native Zach Condon. Only 19 at the time, Condon recorded much of the first Beirut album, Gulag Orkestar, alone in his bedroom, playing all the instruments and then looping them over each other. He finished it in a proper studio with the help of Heather […]

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Music Mondays: Playing for Change

Music Mondays: Playing for Change

February 22, 2010

Playing for Change is a multimedia music project created to bring together musicians from all over the world to “inspire, connect, and bring peace to the world through music.” It began with a mobile recording studio, used to record artists in many different places, all playing the song “Stand by Me” in their own individual […]

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Lightbulbs: Your Options and How to Recycle Them!

Lightbulbs: Your Options and How to Recycle Them!

February 18, 2010

image from State Library & Archives of Florida Lacking light bulbs, our lives would be pretty dim and smell constantly of of candle wax. It’s certainly lovely to have electric lights from a pragmatic perspective, and there are a myriad options for making them pretty, like star lamps or chandeliers. You may buy a lamp […]

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Sunglasses: A History and Exploration

Sunglasses: A History and Exploration

February 10, 2010

Neon 90’s Sunglasses (only $6!)   Do you ever get the feeling that wearing sunglasses can make you invisible? Of course not literally, but it feels like people don’t really know who you are or what you’re up to when they can’t see your eyes. Interestingly, the first “sunglasses” were made not as protection […]

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A Brief History of Scarves

A Brief History of Scarves

February 08, 2010

Buffalo plaid checkered hipster scarf (only $7) Gather round for the history lesson of the day! Did you know that scarves date at least back to ancient Rome? They weren’t worn for fashion or comfort but basically as a portable towel used by Roman men to wipe their faces after exercise. Eventually these extra pieces […]

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