Jennifer Hall

Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Franz Ferdinand – “The Dark Of The Matinée”

Happy birthday to Franz Ferdinand drummer Paul Thomson, born on this day September 15, 1976 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Soviet Film Wednesday: War and Peace

Between 1966 and1967, writer and director Sergei Bondarchuk’s War and Peace (Война и мир) was released in four parts; a seven-hour-plus long adaptation of Tolstoy’s epic novel depicting the lives of several aristocratic families during the time of Napoleon’s invasion of Russia. The stunningly beautiful film skillfully portrays personal stories amidst the political backdrop. Highly …

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Pulp – “Wishful Thinking”

Happy birthday to Pulp guitarist Mark Webber, born on this day September 14, 1970 in Chesterfield, England.

Porno for Pyros – “Pets”

Happy birthday to drummer Stephen Perkins, born on this day September 13, 1967 in Los Angeles.

“South South West” by Robert Irwin

Artist Robert Irwin was born on this day September 12, 1928 in Long Beach, California.

Bola de Nieve – “Tu Me Has de Querer”

Singer, songwriter, and pianist Bola de Nieve was born Ignacio Jacinto Villa Fernández on this day, September 11, 1911, in Havana, Cuba.

“Three Musicians” by Israel Abramofsky

Today we celebrate Russian-born artist Israel Abramofsky’s birthday, born on this day, September 10, 1888.

“Horizontal Wavy Brushstrokes in Color” by Sol LeWitt

Artist Sol LeWitt was born on this day September 9, 1928 in Hartford, Connecticut.

Patsy Cline – “Walkin’ After Midnight”

Patsy Cline was born on this day September 8, 1932 in Winchester, Virginia.

Soviet Film Wednesday: Butterfly

Andrei Khrzhanovsky directs this mystical Russian animation from 1972, Butterfly, about a boy and the butterflies he catches.  One day, the tables turn, and the boy finds himself caught by a giant butterfly. Music by Matthias Müller.