John Thulin & Jeff Hamann on Whad’ya Know Podcast

Posted January 21, 2017 by mefeld
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By request, although John prefers them on the back of $10 bill–“Sure Look Good to Me,” John Thulin on Roland, Jeff Hamann on bass.

 

Plenty more, jazz lovers, on Whad’ya Know on @iTunes

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/whadya-know-podcast/id1164743623?mt=2

Canada? Mars?

Posted January 21, 2017 by mefeld
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Michael Feldman poses the question(s) many potential emigres are asking themselves:

Canada? Mars?

 

Phillips & Feldman: Oscar Talk

Posted January 18, 2017 by mefeld
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The Siskel & Ebert of today, Phillips & Feldman talk that Oscar talk.

Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune film critic, Michael Feldman, critic-at large

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/does-tom-ford-bug-you/id1164743623?i=1000380103742&mt=2

The Russian Frank Sinatra

Posted January 9, 2017 by mefeld
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The problem with all this with love to Russia stuff is your younger alt-righters (cool sounds like all-nighters) never experienced them at their most obvious, like when they were going to put nuclear missiles 87 miles off Miami Beach, or when they put up the wall to die for in Germany.

What’s needed is a sense of what it is to be Russian, and what it is to be Russian does this with Frank Sinatra:

–Joseph Kobzon, the Russian Frank Sinatra

Whad’ya Know on iTunes–It’s Apple Pie for the Face

Posted January 9, 2017 by mefeld
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Whad’ya New! Saison Le Printemps 2017!

Posted January 3, 2017 by mefeld
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Bright Side of the Dark Ages

Posted December 23, 2016 by mefeld
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Bright Side of Dark Ages

 

 

OK, it wasn’t the Renaissance, but if you like religious paintings, decent weather and steady work as a serf it was pretty darn good. But, with a new one quite possibly coming, it’s good to know a lot of fine, or at least useful, and innovative things came from the Dark Ages:

 

Romanesque, if you care for that sort of thing

Algebra, ditto

Universities

Monks

Beer (see Monks)

Chaucer

Cathedrals

Genghis Khan DNA

Crop rotation

Gunpowder

Voting