From a book I'm reading called "The Far Corner"-Northwestern views on land, life,and literature. By John Daniel, 2009, Talking about John Muir he writes: As followers of the Grateful Dead like to remind us, quoting J.R,R, Tolkien, "Not all who wander are lost."
The April 30th edition of Rolling Stone has an article on the Dead with pics from their free Dead.net shows in NYC.
A Day of Resurrection, Renewal and Rebirth
I wonder where Clairol got the idea for "Touch of Grey" for men? They could at least use the Dead's song in their commercial!
Type in The Dead on youtube and there is a video with short interview bites and footage from the Oct. 14 show. Enjoy
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
Just met Bill.....interviewed Oteil and Scott of The Trio..
You can find it here:
I was looking at the Time Out New York website and I came across this shirt pictured on its website. Click/copy on the link for a look.
It is a great book and I throw my support behind it also. Check it out folks, its a good read.
I'm reading the new book by Jesse Ventura called "Don't Start The Revolution Without Me". Talking about the two-party system Jesse says: " I like to quote the late great Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead, who said, " If your made to pick the lesser of two evils, it means you're still pickin' evil."
I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in politics.
wotta mess. Though she doesn't seem like a prime mover in this one. What a family saga. Love to see a pic of her grandpa running Bay to Breakers in a Reds uniform though.