PART 3 of Yuletide Yingtime, the riveting conclusion of our tripartite videographic chronicle of editor & noted holiday nutjob Chris Ying’s trip to Sweden, is now upon us.
If you have been thinking, “This series has been long on cheer and short on full frontal male nudity” then this is the episode for you.
Snort some crushed candy canes and WATCH NOW.
We lied. Our last show of the year will be this Thursday — December 5th — at Double Happiness. We will be opening for Operators, the new band featuring Sam Brown and Dan Boeckner of Divine Fits (among other amazing bands). 9 p.m. $5.
So much goodness on this bill!
For me, the atmosphere doesn’t matter as long as the music is great!
Sean Glass, founder of Win Music and a frequent D.J. at tech events, sees Internet services as the future of an industry it devastated.
“is because at some point, tech is going to own the music business. All I’m doing is preparing for the apocalypse.”
“This brings up questions about the relationship between the maker and the made, how the knowledge of the songwriter changes how the songs are heard, how songs can be an interface with the artist, and how the work can stand alone”
"Let’s Draw a Car and then Let’s Draw Batman"
A comics essay by Lynda Barry
Illustrations retrieved from materials discarded by participants in Lynda Barry’s writing workshop at The Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fall 201