You’re 100% wrong about Bob Dylan
I have a perverse theory. Having worked professionally with a few singers and studied many more, I’ve come to realize that singing well doesn’t…
On the road with the Grateful Dead and the Merry Pranksters
Wavy Gravy, the original and unofficial king, jester, warrior and bard of the counterculture, leads Newsweek’s Special Editions on a meandering…
The Greeks vote for “austerity now”
And I do mean now.  With the primary surplus gone, this means further cuts in government spending.  Confiscation of bank deposits and banks flat…
July 2 Energy News
Originally posted on geoharvey : Science and Technology: ¶ Solar Impulse 2 has been in the air, nonstop, for 2 days, 20 hours, and 21 minutes at the…
Hundreds of £Millions Already Spent on Moorside #Boycott Toshiba!
Originally posted on Radiation Free Lakeland : #StopMoorside Carlisle 30th June We went along to the Moorside  smoke and mirrors CONsultation today.…
Greece votes ‘No’ with comfortable majority in bailout referendum
Tsipras, a 40-year-old former student activist, has framed the referendum as a matter of national dignity and the future course of Europe. "As of…
Local LGBT activist ready to move forward after U.S. Supreme Court ruling
The nation’s highest court has legalized same-sex marriage, but the battle for equality in Kansas is far from over, local activists say. In Topeka…
Alabama: Christian flag removed from Glencoe City Hall following letter
[link: flag removed from Glencoe City Hall following letter] [div class="excerpt"]By William Thornton | wthornton@al.com on July 04, 2015 at 6:53 PM,…
I was a fallible patriot: I served during Iraq, and so wanted to believe and strike first
I supervised Air Force tankers that bombed Iraq. I feared mushroom clouds over America. I let fear overrule…
French renewables power grid pilot reveals limits of batteries in Europe
A major pilot project by Europe's largest power network operator to integrate power from rooftop solar panels into the grid has shown that battery…
Zimbabwe: ‘Presidential Scholarship a Drain On Fiscus’
[Zimbabwe Standard] That is the million dollar question as the Zimbabwe government fails to pay fees at South African universities on time, resulting…