Robbie Basho, dreamy mystic – Culture / Next

Unlike most musicians of his generation – he was born in 1940 – Robbie Basho was not very fond of psychedelic drugs. LSD, he had … Read more

Kansas City Star Newspaper Mea Culpa Its Racist Past

This is the story of a “Powerful local company that has done wrong”. A company that has, for much of its history, “Ignored and despised … Read more

Death of prolific playwright Israel Horovitz

In the past, famous readers praised the “ferocity” of his pen. For example, the Franco-Romanian star Eugène Ionesco, in his time, gave Israel Horovitz the … Read more

“Recycling always results in a loss of energy, material and quality”

Each month, Release digs into an environmental theme. After hunting, skiing, biodiversity, sobriety and the State’s zeal in the face of green associations, this week: … Read more

Death of Bunny Lee, architect of reggae

If he was not part of the top trio of Jamaican music producers, the “Big Three” made up of Duke Reid, Clement “Coxsone” Dodd and … Read more

Adidas Gazelle, the middle pair

In the space of a prolific decade, Adidas laid the foundations for its global success and still lives on the rents of its trinity of … Read more

Piero Gilardi, foams for future times

There you have it, an exhibition that really sucks! And not only because, precisely, there are peaches, more real than life, fallen in a polyurethane … Read more

Dent May, in the power of mirage

For eleven years now, Dent May has been walking (us) in the corridors of time, in search of the evaporated paradises of a Californian pop … Read more