Derek Plaslaiko Mike Servito, The Bunker Podcast 100 (July 3): The Bunker has long been my favorite techno party in New York, not least because for so long it was pretty much the only techno party in New York. (My oral history of the party, covering it through 2012, is here.) Two of The Bunker’s best loved residents, Derek Plaslaiko (now living in Berlin) and Mike Servito, are also old friends from Detroit who’ve played many times together. So for a “Limited” party at a small venue on Brooklyn’s borderlands, the two took turns for nine straight hours the entirety of which was uploaded as The Bunker’s hundredth podcast.
By 1934, Ray (who had now changed his name) was a member of a radical theater company in New York City, the Theatre of Action. Around this time presumably, Ray also joined the Communist Party. He later recalled this about the company, which was heavily influenced by Soviet theater: “We invented dramatic montage; we’d go to a picket line or a factory or just perform on a subway, with one five hundred watt lamp and a chair.”.
I trying to bring this into everyone day to day lives. Proceeds raised are donated directly to Special Olympics Canada Foundation, with 70% of those donations staying in local Special Olympics chapters to provide sport opportunities to those with intellectual disabilities. The other 30% is donated to the Foundation, to support the long term stability of the Special Olympics movement..
I have been taking it 4 yrs. (6 drops a day). MMS o2 took off two skin cancer spots that developed from chemicals off my face, had them 19 years and MMS 02 took them away in 3 weeks, there 100% gone, it just ate the cancer away and left good behind.
Are in it for the long haul, he said. Prepared to be here on Christmas. We prepared to be here over New Years. Sports View Section >Preps OutdoorsRobin Sutherland, a friend of Adams and the pianist of the San Francisco Symphony, will hear, for the first time, Longing, a song composed by Adams in memory of Sutherland late mate, Jose Padgett. Adams will premiere another of his works, Song, an ode to father son relationships, written with his college age son, Spencer, in mind. Set to a Yeats poem, the song closes with the line, I will miss you when you have grown.
Meanwhile, my friend Eric Goode is not a suit but thought he should wear one when he went on Charlie Rose to talk about his unusual hobby of saving endangered turtles around the world. So I took him down to the Ludlow Shop, where he tried one on and liked it so much he bought two. The rest, as they.