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Thursday, May 30, 2024

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Death looms over Nick Lowe's Quality Holiday Revue

When I was walking by the merchandise table in the Barrymore Theatre, set up for Nick Lowe’s Quality Holiday Revue tour, I noticed an item that was (in every sense) jarring. Pinned to a board was a T-shirt advertising the event, with cartoon headshots of Lowe and his backing band, Los Straitjackets. But there was another face beaming out in peach and pastel, which was the reason I paused: Ian McLagan, who died suddenly Dec. 3.

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In order to manifest world peace, Japan must shift attitude when remembering historic events

On June 8th, 1954, a beautiful Japanese traditional bell was presented to the United Nations New York headquarters by the United Nations Associations of Japan in the name of People of Nippon. They named the bell for “absolute world peace.” However, there would be no use of tolling such a beautiful bell every year if Japan distances itself from the others. It has been approximately 68 years since the end of WWII and Japan is trying to go back to its “old glorious days” while Germany is walking the path of endless apologies and self-retrospection.

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